SU Kind and Cozy Bookmark for the Friday Mashup # 172


Happidy-doo-dah, friends….it’s Friday and time for another MASH UP challenge.

This week Lynda has a color and element challenge for us for the Friday Mashup # 172.



  • Create a project with ” Melon Mambo, Wild Wasabi, Basic Black & Whisper White”.
  • Create a project with a “Wood Element”.
  • or Mash it Up! and create a ” Project using the colors above & a Wood element”.


SU Kind and Cozy Watermelon Bookmark

One of the fun things that happens on a Design Team is the chatter on our private blog about what we have up our sleeves for everyone. At one point, we had “watermelon” in this challenge, and I designed a fun little bookmark for some summer reading. In the end, the colors and the wood element were finalized but my little quickie project still qualified for a Mash Up this week!

I went with the idea after I had made some favors for my stamping gals who attended class this week. Here is a peek at the SU Polka Dot Pieces bookmarks I made for my stampers who are so special to me:)

SU Polka Dot Pieces Bookmark Square Favor

Card Recipe for the Watermelon Bookmark:
STAMPS: SU Kind and Cozy
INK: SU Wild Wasabi
PAPER: SU Basic Black, SU Whisper White, SU Melon Mambo Pattern Stack
ACCESSORIES: SU Wild Wasabi Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon (retired), Random wooden button
TOOLS: SU What’s Up Punch with Computer Generated sentiment inside it, SU Starburst Framelits

Can’t wait to see your creations this week…join in on the fun at the Friday Mashup #172.

Here is a quick photo tutorial for those who have contacted me regarding the measurements:

bookmark tutorial








  1. What r the sizes to make these darling bookmarks? Didn’t c how to make? Thanks

    Sent from my iPad


  2. OH MY!!!!!! You outdid yourself on this bookmark! I am so impressed! You are too clever! This is a fantastic idea! I love them both, but the watermelon is my favorite! GREAT idea, My Friend! XX

  3. Oh I love this! I love to read and really need something to mark my place (I’m one of those fold the corner of the page over people). This is so fun and festive!

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