Grumpy-sass!

 posted 6 months ago
So I took home these beauties after weeding old as balls books. Remember these? Due date slips in the back pocket of library books.
I wonder what I should do with them? The obvious answer would be to slap some plastic film on them to protect them, give them a nice little ribbon and use them as bookmarks.
I know I have followers who are creative as fuck. You have any suggestions?
(No scrapbooking, nothing that requires I spend obscene amounts of time and money in craft shops, nothing that demands skill because I’m not joking when I say I have no crafting skills whatsoever. It has to be really simple, folks.)

So I took home these beauties after weeding old as balls books. Remember these? Due date slips in the back pocket of library books.

I wonder what I should do with them? The obvious answer would be to slap some plastic film on them to protect them, give them a nice little ribbon and use them as bookmarks.

I know I have followers who are creative as fuck. You have any suggestions?

(No scrapbooking, nothing that requires I spend obscene amounts of time and money in craft shops, nothing that demands skill because I’m not joking when I say I haveĀ no crafting skills whatsoever. It has to be really simple, folks.)


 


  1. paletteofseaglass said: yes, bookmarks. Those are perfect bookmarks… *grabby hands*
  2. obishenshenobi said: I think that’s a great idea, using them as bookmarks. You could put a picture of the book cover on the back before you put the plastic film on, that would be cool.
  3. venitinmentem reblogged this from staingirl and added:
    Yeah well, keep your fingers crossed I don’t mess them up and hide them in my cupboard of shame. I usually mess up arts...
  4. staingirl reblogged this from venitinmentem and added:
    You might, huh? Well, keeping my fingers crossed then…