Rose Accordion Fold Bookmark Card

Rose Bookmark Card Closed

Clearly I have a thing for this set ‘A Rose is a Rose’ (#111560, set of 14 stamps – $37.95).

UPDATED:  Since it was not a class, I don’t have a detailed handout, however in response to many requests, this was made with a 12 x 12 piece of Riding Hood Red cardstock, scored at 3 inch intervals.  I free cut the tops of each panel to appear to be bookmark.  I used a 12″ strip of the Candy Lane DSP inside and tacked it down, leaving space to use it as pockets.  I cut the inside bookmarks from scraps of vanilla and decorated the entire thing with stamped/cut images of the Rose is a Rose set.

This bookmark card was my ‘backup’ Mother’s Day card that I didn’t need to use.  At my April Stamp a Stack, my friends made a wider ‘2-fold’ accordion fold bookmark card for the sake of saving time.

But nothing beats the four fold!  Accessories:  Riding Hood Red & Vanilla cardstock, Riding Hood Red, Pink Pirouette, Kiwi Kiss & Baja Breeze inks, Candy Lane Designer Series Paper and some grosgrain and tafetta ribbon.

I didn’t realize until after I photographed how much more striking this would be with ribbons at the top of each bookmark section… oh well… next time!

Bookmark Card



  1. Beautiful!


  2. What a beautiful project! … Patricia


  3. Amy this is beautiful! TFS!


  4. kathymorrison says:

    Amy, this is so beautiful. You are my stamping hero! I’m so glad to be back in your downline!!


  5. maria jesus says:

    me encanta tu pag y me gustaria que pondrias mas cosas en español


  6. Brenda C. says:

    Amy, I really like the accordian bookmark card. However, I’m stumped as to what it is for. What do you do with each bookmark, and the whole card?


    Amy Celona Reply:

    You can put sentiments on each bookmark and other gifts (money/gift cards) in the other pockets…


  7. This can be a start of a mini book as well ( journaling, photos, memorabilias, etc.) I like the colors you’ve chosen. Good job!


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