When I did my paper engineering for the pop-up, I modified it so that there's another piece secured in the back and then the front piece can be pulled out and used as a bookmark (that's a second bookmark to the left).
I was originally thinking of doing some sort of back-to-school thing for my girls, but then I didn't get anything done on Thursday, Then Friday's F4A285 was ripped from a book. But I couldn't rip a page out of a book, so I took option #2 and ripped the plot the from a book, the classic vampire versus werewolf.
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 105971
Mon, Aug 10, 2015 @ 11:20 PM
I have always liked this format and nearly went with it for my sample. I like your idea of having the removable bookmark - and your take on the F4A is ingenious. Love the swirls stamped on the base.
I'm curious, you had no book you could rip or you wouldn't morally/emotionally (hard to find a good word) be able to? I used to feel like that; I love and treasure books. But I have picked up some free ones on a shelf outside our library, withdrawn from circulation or left by others, and I am comfortable with using those.