Tutorial corner catcher bookmark

The Impressions magazine that we get as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator has a rather cute corner catcher (or bookmark!) and I thought I’d have a go myself at making one.  I’ve done instructions so you can have a play as well…

I have used a 4″ piece of square cardstock as the base for mine.  Mark it up at 2″ on the top and then the left and right sides.  Score and fold.

 

Next, trim a piece of DSP measuring 2″ x 4″ and trim it down as this gets stuck onto the back.

 

Turn over and then decorate the front.  I drew around a piece of DSP and then trimmed it down that way.

 

And there you go, one corner catcher.  Have fun!  {You might want it a bit smaller so you might find making it a 3″ square is better but I wanted mine big!}

 

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