I finally got the photos to upload, so here they are (without having to click on a link to see them!):
My boyfriend immediately stole the green one and I am using the fabric one in Artful Paper Dolls: New Ways to Play with a Traditional Form
. I'm so glad you wrote a description of how you made all of them, I'm definitely going to have to try some of your techniques!
I still can't believe that this was done with shaving cream and food colouring- it looks so beautiful!
If you have a better picture, please post it, I took a million trying to get a good one, but had to settle on this one. The Edward Gorey one is on display on top of my bookshelf and the Jane Austen one will be used only for her books!
I'm so excited about the corner bookmark- it's my first! The crocheted (or is it tatted?) one is keeping my place in These Are Our Lives As Told by the People and Written by Members of the Federal Writers Project of the Works Progress Administration in North Carolin.
, a really really cool book if you like that kind of thing.
I really hope I didn't mix anyone's bookmarks up, I tried to keep them with the envelopes until I could get pictures, but I have been so flighty these past few weeks...
Thanks again, everyone for such great bookmarks!!