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  1. Danielle from Storypiece
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    So great! I love all of your unconventional ideas. It’s so sad to give something like a heart decorated valentine (like a bookmark or a fun pencil) and no one wants to use it because Valentine’s Day is over.

    “Clark, that’s the gift that keeps on giving throughout the entire year.” 😉

  2. Jacquie
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    Love these! And they remind me of the stars your daughter gave you (the ones that prompted that post that I just loved reading!) And Danielle’s comment is great – we laugh at Clark too 🙂

  3. Lauren @ The Thinking Closet
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    Ahhhhh! A Valentine’s Day book pun – – this so right up my alley. I might have to make Valentines for MY students this year…unless that’s creepy, in which case, nevermind. Oh, and I chuckled about your Mod Podge confession. We all have those things that if the Head of the Crafters Club found out about, we’d all be kicked out. It took me a lonnnnnng time before I hopped on the washi train; and now that I’m on it, I’m never getting off! 😉

  4. Tara
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    So cute, Alex! I love that this is your very first Mod Podge project – so glad you’ve come over to the dark (or maybe not-so-dark side)?

    And I love that you’re giving bookmarks – speaks to this book-lover’s heart!

  5. natandgang
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    Ah, very nice! I love an unconventional Valentine’s Day!!! Great job Alex!

  6. Victoria • Restoring our Victorian
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    Somewhere in my drafts, there is pretty much this exact statement about Mod Podge. (And how it is shameful to not know what it is.) But I am still confused. Is it glue? Can you even explain it? Is it simply magic?

    PS– thank you for giving me a safe place to confess my ignorance.

  7. Shauna
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    Super cute, Alex! The kids are going to love them. Welcome to the world of modge podge!

  8. Angie@Echoes of Laughter
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    I love these Alex! The bright colours with the stars are perfect! Isn’t Modge Podge the best? Have a lovely week! Angie xo

  9. Stacey
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    You always find a way to give a simple craft a very special touch! Love the colored star insert and the twinkle at the end. Really cute, Alex. I’d have to have four or five of them because I never finish a book… they’re markers everywhere. HA HA!

  10. Jo-Anna@APrettyLife
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    These are so cute – I love how cheery and fun they are! I’m all for the more neon the better! And I really need to use Mod Podge more – it’s so great!

  11. Sabrina @ Pink Little Notebook
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    What?! First time using Mod Podge?! I can’t believe it! It’s just the greatest stuff ever. I love, love the bookmarks. They are so much fun!

  12. Thalita @ The Learner Observer
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    These are seriously so much fun! I love the colours, and I have a feeling every kid in your daughter’s class will, too!!!

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