Hidden Bookmark Card - Hoppiness - Jeannie Lieu (InsideoutJeans)

February 15, 2018 0 Comments

Hi everyone! It's Jeannie back again to share a card using the Hoppiness set. This set totally reminds me of spring! I can't wait for the warm weather and longer days!

This card contains a bookmark for the recipient to use for a book they might be enjoying. You can remove it from the card and leave the card intact as well so it doesn't look like anything is missing. I do this by creating two identical version of this scene. For the front panel, I used foam tape to pop it up so the bookmark is snug. The sentiment in front helps make sure this bookmark doesn't fall out. Isn't this super cute? That bunny just tugs at my heart!




If you want more details, check out how I created it at my YouTube: Video Tutorial






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