Evolution of book marks

As I said in my previous post, I love reading, so it's normal that I have a lot of bookmarks. After I started quilling, I have had several attempts making bookmarks. When it comes to 'application', the durability of the quilled bookmarks is a question to consider and until now I haven't really solved it.
My very first quilled bookmarks using Popsicles.
Bigger popsicles for better support
This is my recent bookmark for a friend. I quilled a 3D angel. The angel is inspired by Cheryl's work.
 Close up of the angel. It's about 1 and 3 quarters tall.
But I found another possibility of bookmark, instead of using popsicle sticks, one could do a corner bookmark. I discovered it from Manuela's blog post here. I'm sure I'll give it a try some day.

Comments

  1. The 3D angel bookmark is cute!!

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  2. WOWwwwww. I have been meaning to try something out like this for a long time. :) Thanks for the wonderful idea. Looking fwd to get cracking :)
    Uma
    http://krafttime.blogspot.in

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  3. All of them are so adorable!The angel is my favourite!

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  4. Lulu, what a brilliant idea to make a bookmark from a popsicle! I think I'll give it a try, too! Ice cream comes as a bonus, yummy! :))

    Happy Quilling!
    Manuela

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    1. looking forward to see your creations!

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  5. Hi Lulu, may I know where you purchase the measurement scoring board and how much? I love you quilling work :)

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    1. Hi there! Thanks for your compliment. Errmm, what do you mean by measurement scoring board? You mean my MS scoring board? or my quilling circle board?

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  6. Hi Lulu, I mean the MS scoring board. Thank you

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    1. i bought mine online. where are you from? so that i can suggest the right place for you to get it. can you email me? i can't find your email contact.

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