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Thread: Bookmarks by Rhonda

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    Power Poster Rhonda's Avatar
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    Here are a few of my favorite bookmarks. You can see more of them in these links.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-18069-1.htm

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-18010-1.htm

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-39973-1.htm

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-31096-1.htm
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    You are so creative. Thank you for the links. Looks like it's time to start working on stocking stuffers.

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    beautiful!

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    Those are very cool! What a nice idea for a small gift.

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    cool

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    Question-Do you have them back to back or are they sewn on cardboard or felt?

    Those are great.

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    These are wonderful! How great that you have found someone to sell them for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueDor
    Question-Do you have them back to back or are they sewn on cardboard or felt?

    Those are great.
    I back them with the same fabric I use for the borders usually unless it is scrappy and then the fabric doesn't match. I sew them like a pillowcase.

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    I checked out all your links and they are beautiful!! Your hot pads are really nice! I was surprised to see a MED.(!!) scale floral print!!! It was a hot pad border of large white flowers and dk. green background (1st link). Good to see you launching out, Rhonda!! The red, black and white hot pad is very, very nice graphically speaking!! It's very sharp and impressive! All of your work is beautiful! I love your bookmarks also for their graphic appeal, especially the ones with the half-split HST blocks! The hot pad with the black and white border is great!! I love that fabric on the border! I also like it when you do a (I call it reverse order) white stars with dark backgrounds. That offers your customers a different approach as it's important to appeal to all tastes! In selling to customers, I found myself creating things I didn't really care for but knew they would so that's why I did it -- to appeal to all taste levels. Hope all sells for you and goes well in your business!! I'm alot like you in the fact of doing one-of-a-kind items than mass producing. I would just be too bored making the same thing 1000 times over. lol. :-D ;) ;) :thumbup:

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    Love your work Rhonda...these bookmarks are fantastic...so small...so perfect.

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