Thursday, 11 June 2009

Paperback writer



I had my sponges out for a little play to make this bookmark for a Father's Day gift earlier on in the week. The book (or prop), just in case anyone is as "interested" or as geeky as my husband, is The name of the rose by Umberto Eco and it cost him ten pence in a second hand book shop (maybe too much information there, hee hee). I've seen the film, it's the one with Sean Connery and a very young Christian Slater as monks - great story.

Have a great day & see you tomorrow xx

Supplies from Stampin Up - Stamps: Organic grace & botanical blooms. Card stock: whisper white, old olive & kraft. Ribbon: old olive grosgrain, ink: old olive, bashful blue & basic grey. Misc: jumbo eyelet in pewter and ribbon slide from the hodgepodge kit.

6 comments:

JanJ said...

That's really good Emma, love the shape and the ribbon and the image & the way you've coloured it and well,let's just say I really, really like it!

Very arty pic with the book too!

Jan xx

Nicki said...

This is lovely Emma, really sweet
Nicki
x

Natalie said...

Fabulous bookmark Emma. x

Aimes said...

Y'know I really struggle to find something for my dad on Fathers' Day but you might have just solved the problem for me! THANK YOU!
Love your delicate sponging - it's a fab effect (and beats using sponges for other chores, LOL!)
Hugs,
Aimes
x

Sara said...

How elegant. Love the shaping at the top. It makes it so different. Sara xx

Helen said...

Aaaagh - you're making me want to mount this set and I was saving it as a future prize! This bookmark is simply beautiful!