Saturday was Crop for The Cure in St. Jacob's. And a fabulous day it was. I got to catch up with some friends that I haven't seen in a while, and made some new friends as well. Good company, good food, and lots of laughs with ladies I love. Denise and I had a booth and I didn't really get to leave the booth much other than eating and going to the wash room, it was a busy day, which was a good thing. Denise and I donated 20% of our sales to the Crop for The Cure who donates all their proceeds to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.. In total Denise and I were able to donate just over $73, thank you to all who were able to purchase from us. Every dollar counts.
I designed the make n' take for our booth and it was a hit. It was this cute corner bookmark. I had three samples with three different colour combinations, my yellow centre and green ribbon ended up being confiscated by Denise. LOL
See how perfectly this bookmark fits on the corner of any book or any Stampin' Up! catalogue.
Supplies used were as follows:
Paper: Crumb Cake 81/2x11 CS (#120953), Very Vanilla 8 1/2x11 CS (#101650)
Stamps: Layered Labels (#127072 clear mount) (#127070 wood mount)
Classic Ink Pads: Gumball Green (#126861), Raspberry Ripple (#126859), Daffodil Delight (#126944), and Early Espresso (#126974)
Markers: Early Espresso (#119680), Daffodil Delight (#119677), 2012-2014 In-Colour Marker set (#126856)
Ribbon: 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon in Gumball Green (#126848), 1/4" Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon in Daffodil Delight (#126872), 1/2" Seam Binding in Daffodil Delight (#125583)
Tools: Simply Scored Scoring Tool (#122334), Simply Scored Diagonal Plate (#125586), Scallop Edge Border Punch (#119882), Color Spritzer Tool (#107066), Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (#113439), Apothecary Accents Framelits dies (#127003)
If you have any questions on this project or would like to host a class or workshop feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. And have a fabulous day!!!