Friday, July 15, 2011

Gettin' Inky!

Remember all those teabags I folded when I was too sick to do anything else crafty? And I had no idea what to do with them all?? And these were just some of the ones I made:

Well, I took some of them and turned them into bookmarks:

I used the SU Two Tags die (#115954) as a base:
What do you think?
I'm thinking about making a bunch of these up to sell here.

And I used this one:

As the inspiration for this card!
This image, Serenity, is from The Stamping Boutique found HERE.

Inside of card

I have lots more to do!! Be back soon!!!


Cassie said...

Gorgeous, Jeannie! I love those little folded flowers :D

Deanna said...

I just realized I commented on two posts in one when commenting on your previous post. gotta love me, huh. LOL.

Great projects!

Rhonda Miller said...

Wow, you were busy. I love how your teabags look. The bookmarks area great idea and your card is so pretty.

Christina said...

1. I am dying from the disclaimer because i have no idea what happened but it must have been good. The more I read the more i'll know I guess.

2. Stunning work as always love. You amaze me the more you do!

Toriz said...

Neat idea!

How's the mouth pain, by the way?

Vickie said...

I love the folded flowers Jeannie! From your disclaimer it sounds like some one is pissing off the Queen. That is a no no.

AliceKay said...

What a great idea...using the folded teabags for bookmarks. They're nice ones, too.

The card you made is very, very, very nice. Beautiful, too.

Have fun doing whatever it is you're doing. LOL

ChicagoLady said...

Very pretty fairy card! I still don't completely understand the teabag thing, but I guess you print the pattern and fold it somehow?

Lynn said...

OOH those are pretty and I love the card just beautiful and so colorful :o)

punknscrap said...

Sweet projects Jeannie, love the little bookmarks, very cute. Jodie and I also enjoyed watching your little girl playing with her littlest pet shop, Jodie was totally enthralled.

Faye said...

You made some really gorgeous teabag folds, Jeannie. And I love the wonderful bookmarks you made from them. My sister does teabag folding, too. It looks like a mystery to me.