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June 13, 2011

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Leandra

Super idea & way to "reduce, reuse, recycle"! Adding ribbon to anything always makes it prettier. I'm now on the hunt for anything printed cardboard to make some surprise gifts for my toddler who loves books!

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Kristen @ Who's Watching the Baby

This is great! I love the Diet Coke one myself. :) This looks like a great kid craft, and a good excuse to get them to crack open a book!

Susan

Great idea! I'm already fussing about the library books being left open and upside down on the couch (summer reading program is in full swing here too!). These bookmarks are an excellent idea and so simple too!

Moquelish

Love that idea! I think that would be a really fun one for kids to make themselves. Thanks for posting it.

ashley

what a perfect idea! i love this so much: ) they are so darling~!!

Julie

Cute! This would make a cute camp craft for kids!

Michelle @ Sweet Something

Great way to recycle!

Rachel Sue

This is such a cute idea! I would love to feature these on Reduce, Reuse, Upcycle. Feel free to stop by and grab a featured button. Thanks!

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Great job you people are doing with this website.

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