Hope you had a great weekend.
I had the Melbourne Zoo Birthday Party with my girls and Ms 14’s boyfriend. Mr 16 had his girl friend’s Debutante Ball.
Anyway I also had a little time to play.
I had wanted to make some more book labels for my book club friends. These will be gifts. I know from now till the end of the year is pretty busy in our house with lots of birthdays, dance concert, school stuff and other bits and pieces that happen that I wanted to get something under way now.
I have used a few different sets to make these up.
The one set which is consistent is Jane’s Doodles Read all about it – for the words – “This book belongs to: “. I have also used Janes’s Doodles Doodle Flowers II and Raindrops along with PTI Happy Hexagons, Uniko Background Builders Vines and Kaszazz Stitched Borders. I have used both water based and alcohol based markers and inks from SU and PTI along with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. All labels are stamped onto SU Whisper white cs 5 cm x 9 cm. To adhere to the inside covers I have attached pieces of double sided tape to the back which can be removed when adding to books. I was trying to link stamps to books we have read for example we recently read The Language of Flowers – Vanessa Diffenbaugh.
This wouldn’t be complete with out a new book mark
I used Jane’s Doodles Flying High along with Read all about it and the book mark top is made using SU scallop tag punch and finished with ribbons.
I also made this at the weekend
I used CWA lemon butter recipe. It made 2 jars this size. Mr M (16) just asked when I was going to make more – yep it’s all gone!
We made dozen lemon tarts with pastry cases and lemon butter filling the rest we ate on ice cream, in yogurt and on toast/muffins.
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5 thoughts on “Book labels with Jane’s Doodles…”
Wow! You have been busy! Mmmmm … Love lemon butter! Love those wonderful book tags! What a great idea! Making my fingers itchy … But with my grandees (grand kids) here today … Not much chance to play! Hugs xxx
You see, you have ever filling food machines aka teenagers……LOL. That curd looks yummy so no wonder. Love your bookmarks and plates. You obviously had fun! That is a fabulous stamp set – very useful. My wrist/hand brace is gone as of this am and I now have lots of physio to do! Dr: “Now is when it will get sore” . Ummm, thanks I think!
Thanks Susan. Is it bad I think I ate more than the teenagers! Glad your brace is off – hope it doesn’t hurt too much.
I love the book labels and bookmarks! They are AWESOME! If I had more time I’d love to be in a book club, I’m a huge fan of fantasy books like Lord of the Rings and Terry Brooks, so it would be good to push me out of my comfort zone & read more genres! x x