Flash Back Friday and Twittering

by JenniferJangles October 24, 2008

Hey Hey, It's Flashback Friday. I think this might be my favorite project of the season last year. I made a lot of these for gifts. I think that the people who didn't get them last year will get them this year. They are great for teachers. The bookmark findings are available on my site too and they are only 2.00 each, can't beat that.

Okay, before you get going on your bookmark projects I just want to say I have started twittering. I am not really sure if I know what I am getting myself into. But all the cool kids are doing it, so I thought I would try. :) You can see on my sidebar there is a little thingy that updates when I send a message. (I know I am really technical with my use of the word thingy.) Yep, you can know everything I am doing. Do you really want to know that much? I'm not sure, but I thought I would give it a try and then make a decision. Let me know what you think about the twitter.

Happy Friday,
Jennifer

Book Mark
Supplies needed for one bookmark

1 link bead, 1 2" headpin , 1 accent bead(I used a 6mm faceted Czech bead), 1 silver plated bookmark, round nose pliers, chain nose pliers

  1. Begin by stringing your headpin with an accent bead.
  2. Make a simple wire loop and hook it onto one of the wire loops of the link bead. Close the loop and trim the excess wire.
  3. Open the jump ring included on your bookmark, string on the remaining loop of the ceramic link bead.



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