Joy Clair Blog Hop - Day 2

It's Day 2 of the Joy Clair Blog Hop and we have so many different stamp sets to share.  Remember that we always have prizes for our readers and visitors that comment HERE
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Today, I'm using the Noah's Ark stamp set.


Consisting of 10 stamps, I've used an assortment of them to create bookmarks.

I cut white cardstock 2" x 7", then stamped assorted images on each.  I used black ink to stamp the clouds on the two outer bookmarks, then used gray ink to stamp the clouds and animals on the center bookmark.

Blue ink was used to stamp the assorted phrases in the center of each bookmark  as well as the water under the ark on the last bookmark.  Then brown ink was used for the arks.

To finish, I added Whiskers Twine to each.

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  1. Your bookmarks are so lovely! I love the colors of ink you used on the stamps!

  2. Fabulous bookmarks, Steph. Great for gift idea, too :)

  3. These would be an awesome parting gift at church. Love them!!!

  4. Fantastic idea.
    The bible school class could
    make these - learn a lesson
    and have something to take home
    for a reminder.
    thanks for sharing

  5. This is such a brilliant idea!! Love your markers!!!!

  6. Very creative and pretty. Thanks for a great idea.

  7. Great take on the stamps! Lovely :)

  8. This is my favorite set--love how you made bookmarks.

  9. Really fabulous bookmarks!! Love the differnt choices on this stamp set and what great gifts these wuold make to teachers!!

  10. One can always use a good bookmark. Love the CAS feel of your design. TFS