Sunday, February 10, 2013

Gift from Debbie

Happy Sunday My Blogger Friends!
Okay my blogger friends....I have a major apology on my blog post for today......I posted that my bookmark gift was from my Camp Friend Cindy.....and MY BAD......I messed up and that gift was from my good Camp Friend Debbie.

I feel soooooo bad that I typed Cindy's name (even though Cindy was the one who dropped off the gift ..........but the gift was from DEBBIE!) .  Please FORGIVE me Debbie.....I seriously feel soooo bad that I posted Cindy's name and want EVERYONE to know that Debbie was the maker of that ADORABLE Bookmark.  I have changed the names to give Debbie credit for this bookmark gift......
 
 
My blog share for today is a sweet little gift that my Stamp Camp Friend Cindy Debbie gave to me.  She created this fun little bookmark for all the volunteers at her school that helped her out with a recent Book Fair her school was hosting. 
Cindy Debbie gave me one of these bookmarks and I immediately knew it was going on my current Stampin' UP! catalog.
She used the Summer Smooches DSP and the Two Tags Die to create this DARLING bookmark.
It fits perfectly over the top of ANY BOOK.....but looks STUNNING on my Stampin' UP! catalog.
Cindy Debbie added two magnetics on the inside of her die cut out Two Tags Die and that helps to keep my bookmark closed and attached to the page I want to mark.
LOVE LOVE LOVE my book mark and I would like to send a BIG THANK YOU out to Cindy Debbie for giving me one of these darling bookmarks.
 
Thanks for joining me today.....I'll be back tomorrow to share another gift that Cindy Debbie made for me..........And I'm hoping that you can come back and join me for that share.  Keep Living Your Dream!

2 comments:

Debbie said...

Oh Kadie, NO apology needed! Cindy and I are always together and you're absolutely right... she did give you the bookmark! LOL! No worries!!

Patti Willey said...

I can see how you would get confused since Cindy delivered the bookmark! I'm sure you can make it up to Debbie ha ha! Those are handy little things!