Genius !! Make Your Own Bookmark Sleeves With a Laminator!! PLUS NEW SAB PRODUCTS!

Hi everyone,

I am very sorry this Blog post is late. I have been very busy decorating and also had lots going on at home. However, i did put the Youtube tutorial up on Friday evening.

I was soooooo excited to bring you this tutorial as i think its so cool!! All you need is some regular Laminating pouches, a Laminator & some card/DSP. I am so happy with the way it turned out and when you try it you will be to.

I like making my own Bookmarks as they make great gifts and look so much better than shop bought ones, especially if you use Stampin Up! DSP :-) I used some of the gorgeous new DSP called Springtime Foils. OMG!!! it is beautiful. It is so thick, in fact the stampin blends did not even bleed through!!.

I know the Bookmark sleeves i bought a while back are not available to everyone. That is why i wanted to do this tutorial so everyone can make there Bookmarks look professional and keep them protected!

You can make yours any size you like but i cut my card to 2 3/8" x 7 1/4"
I cut the pouches to 2 1/2" x 7 3/8"

You have to try this as its so cool. I love it and my little brain is working overtime thinking about what else i can do with this technique!!

As always i have listed the products i used to make this project and also the link to my YouTube tutorial!!.

I would also like to take the time to thank all of my amazing customers and followers for all your support and love!! I really can not imagine my life without you all and Stampin Up!. I love what i do and i am pretty sure you can all tell :-) Here is to many, many more years of Positively Papercraft :-) 

Ann xx

Here is the link to the pink laminator i use, you can also buy it in Black or White

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  1. Hi Ann! On Friday I told my husband: "I'm like a bride waiting for the groom!" . . . finally I went to you tube yesterday and I saw you had posted the bookmarks. I see you first post in youtube and then in your blog. I know now that if I do not see any postings in your blog; I should check youtube. Whatever, you are great!!

  2. This is such a brilliant idea! I hope you don't mind if I make a suggestion when you're putting the sheets into the laminator offer the joined end in first this should stop the sheets from getting wrinkled! Hope this helps xx


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