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There is a downloadable PDF if you like to print out the Antiqued Rose design. The back is also included.  

The designer shows you how to add distressing elements onto the cardstock printouts.

Diana says :

But also, feel free to adapt and broaden the usage of these magnetic bookmarks to all kinds of other projects. You can use them as gift tags (with or without the magnetic strips inside), art or junk journal embellishments, mini decorative signs included in a chic vignette in your home, the sky’s the limit. You can even turn them into vintage fridge magnets or bulletin board magnets – use only one side and one magnetic strip if you are planning on using them this way.

If you are adept with graphics programs on your computer, then other designs using this concept are also possible.

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