Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Jungle Jellybean

I have a notebook in which I write down all the challenges I think I may enter and use these as an inspiration point when I make a card or project. I often find myself thumbing the pages looking for those still valid. I decided if I used a bookmark it would make things easier but just using a strip of card wasn't sufficient as it often fell out which defeated the purpose . I decided to make a corner bookmark and so far this has worked better.

I decorated my bookmark with a Crissy Armstrong image jelly bean which I think is just so super cute.I fussy cut the image after colouring with promarkers. I coloured the base green and blue for sky and grass before adding to the bookmark I cut a selection of leaves  and ivy using the 3 foliage dies I have and randomly stuck them to create a jungle.

I would like to enter my bookmark into the following challenges:-

Not just cards -anything goes

Squirrels world-wild challenge

Incy wincy -texture

crazy 4 challenges-use emerald
(I used emerald for the grass and
 some of the leaves as well as other greens)


Wynn said...

Lovely elephant and cool idea. Thank you for sharing it with us at Crafting with Dragonflies. Wynn DT

Maria Giselle B. said...

Nice photo capture of your project. Love the elephant! Thanks for submitting your creation to the Incy Wincy Touchy Feely Challenge. Good luck!-Maria Giselle

Granmargaret said...

Lovely cute bookmark. Thank you for joining the challenge at Crafting with Dragonflies. Hope to see you again next time.

Granmargaret said...

Thank you also for joining the challenge at Not Just Cards. Hope to see you there next time.

Crafty Mamma Mia said...

Hi Julye - what a clever idea to make sure you know where you are in your notebook! Love the elephant and your jungle scene is great! Thanks for playing along at Incy Wincy Designs.
Helen x (DT)

Squirrel x said...

Now this is just gorgeous, and perfect for the theme! Thank you so much for sharing your make with us in the Wild Things challenge. Hugs, Squirrel & The Little Acorns xx