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Zoria's Bookmarks! by Zorias Zoria's Bookmarks! by Zorias
Ahhh!!! I've been so busy the past two weeks, for this year's Lincoln Craftacular that was last night! It was sooo packed full of people, I don't have any brochures left at all! Anyway, I'm going to post a couple things I've been working on lately, mostly paintings and wire works (not wraps) today.

*edit changed picture to just one design, see more on my website!*

So these are the new designs for Zoria's bookmarks. Aren't they cute?! The take very little wire, and very little time so they have a really great price $2.50 for copper and only $3.50 for argentium sterling silver and gold filled! These make great stocking stuffers, and are really a great small thoughtful gift for anyone you know who reads books or maybe uses a favorite cook book to mark their pages :D I hope you all like them!!!

Yes, I do custom work.

:butterfly: Krista

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magpie-poet Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012
That is such a clever idea. Do you hammer them so they don't bend the pages too much? You see those ones they sell to bead, but they really mess up the pages. I'm pretty particular about that, so use my pretty metal mermaid bookmark as plant pot bling and a post-it as a bookmark ;)
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Zorias Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks hun! :D I don't hammer them, but I also don't bend them all the way together, so there's some open area between the decorative part and the back post, some only allow one page between the front and back, some allow up to three pages, just depending how open I leave the area. It will leave a tiny mark on the page if you aren't careful, but it won't bend them or the ones around it. My brother is... what's the nice word for anal? Anyway, about the care of the things he buys including books, and he uses his without complaint :)

I've been using mine for a couple weeks without harm to my books :)

Krista
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magpie-poet Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012
Neat! That is a brilliant thing for a cookbook marker especially.
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Zorias Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks :D
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DarkHeart9595 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is an awesome idea! I usually just use random crap I find around my house :/ I don't even know...
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Zorias Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
I know me too! I lost my "bookmark" (torn off piece of a receipt) and had some scrap so I just made one. Then I had a craft fair that was giving away swag bags and wanted things for them and they were easy and cheap to make so voila! :D

:butterfly: Krista
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MoonlitCreek Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Such a good idea! I've seen bookmark things you can buy and then bead, but making them from scratch is brilliant! I never thought of it. :) I usually use scraps of torn paper or scrapped ribbons for mine, so they're not the fanciest. (You would think someone who reads as much as me would invest in a good bookmark every now and then! xD)
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Zorias Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
I know, I read all the time and a few weeks ago I lost my "bookmark" (torn off piece of a receipt) and had some scrap so I just made one. Then I had a craft fair that was giving away swag bags and wanted things for them and they were easy and cheap to make so voila! :D

Krista
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