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Accordion Bookmark Card

Hello and welcome to a new post for Ewe-N-Me Printables! As always, my mission is to inspire you to use your digital files in a creative, original way. Today, I'm using Bookmarks - Bring Flowers. I like the floral design these bookmarks have and I loved the fact that in the file you get when you purchase it, the bookmarks are next to each other, which makes this project really easy to make.


I printed the file twice, scored as shown above and adhered one of the images to the back of the other. That way the floral images show in any direction one opens the card.





To finish the design I added some ribbon, stamps, die cuts and fused string pearl beads on top, instead of the usual ribbon.

I really hope you enjoyed this project! Please visit the store and check out the infinite amount of digital files available... I know you'll find something you like at a very affordable price! If you'd like to purchase this specific image, click here.

If you have any questions feel free to leave me a comment here or at my blog.

Thanks for your visit!

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  1. Another beautiful project! Love all the pretty details on your card! Nicely done!!!

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  2. Beautiful as usual. Love the roses on the music background. I love roses on anything :)

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  3. Beautiful accordion card...love the pretty roses, very clever idea!!

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  4. This is Inspiration with a capital "I", Gracie! That is the most charming tag I have ever seen!! Hugs, Darnell

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  5. Another beautiful accordion card! Love the details you added to the beautiful printable.

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