Breakfast Bookmarks…


Rocker and I got up super early today—we’ve been batch’n it the past few days while Botch is in…well, come to think of it, I have no idea what town Butch is in!  That’s nice.  I can’t keep it all straight.  Anywho, we made some cinnamon toast and whipped up a bookmark while we nibbled.  Ok, Rocker didn’t eat cinnamon toast…but he wanted to!  He is such a good assistant.  Don’t you think he needs an apron?


I have a fetish for bookmarks and ribbons really do make the perfect bookmark.  They are pretty and flat—two very important bookmark qualities.  So many wonderful bookmarks round the craft-o-sphere.   Remember Martha’s where she wove ribbon through ribbon?  Yum.  I’d love to make about 50 more of these—-I have enough ribbon to make 3,000 probably.   


ORNAMENTEA’s bird charms….


This is a great weekend craft and a perfect gift for your favorite reader.  Can’t believe it’s Friday already! 


  1. I love the charm action on the end. Did I already recommend The Highest Tide by Jim Lynch? It’s a good read.

  2. Love the bookmark. Makes me want to read something. Max says hi to Rocker.

  3. Hello,
    I love the book markers, I’ve been seeing these everywhere. I’ve been trying to find the wide crimps for the end of the ribbon. What are they called noone seems to know what I’m talking about when I describe them. Thank you again for the cute ideas.

  4. Hi Hannah!
    Thanks for the note… The end findings have a lot of names it seems. Here’s a link to some at
    Scroll down to where it says crimps and endbars and there are a few options depending on what width your ribbon is. I hope this helps! šŸ™‚ Candie

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