Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Do you still use a bookmark?

I don't know if this is a regional thing or an American Jewish thing, but some synagogues offer the "lox box" on Mother's Day. It is a nice way for the husband to provide breakfast without actually having to cook, or make a reservation anywhere. Usually the lox box contains bagels, lox, cream cheese, juice and cake. Plus some Jewish newspapers/magazines and various other promotional items--pens, calendars, magnets, etc--donated by local businesses.

This year, the lucky recipients of my synagogue's lox boxes received a hand-stamped bookmark! I hope they are enjoying it, and visiting my website too (Hello, new readers!). Of course I used the lovely A Muse Studio products to make this useful and unique promotional item.

All products used on the card are from A Muse Studio, except where indicated):
Stamp Sets:Love Conquers All, Make a Scene
Cardstocks: 110# White Cardstock (not A Muse Studio brand)
Inks: Cherry, Grass, Orange, Sky
Embellishments/Accessories: Clear Embossing Powder, Cherry/White Baker's Twine, Heat Tool, Crop-a-Dile, Corner Chomper

1 comment:

  1. Care to share the secret of making those cute tassels????