There’s no place like home

Inspired by reading about the wicked witch of the west, Kira Nichols created this polymer bookmark complete with ruby slippers.

It’s a reminder that polymer is a great medium for a quick laugh and or a fun gift…as well as for great art. The link comes to us from Jean Delaney (via the daily wh.at)

It’s clear that I’m having trouble getting back to work after weeks on the road. There’s no place like home.

Ipad/Iphone PCD

If you’d like to get to PCDaily easily on your Ipad or Iphone, open PCD in Safari and tap the “+” icon immediately to the left of the address bar. You’ll see the following menu appear. Tap “Add to Home Screen” and the bookmark icon will appear on your Ipad’s desktop. Slick!

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  • reply ilenia ,

    WOW!!! i love this bookmarks end website of Kira was really nice!

    • reply Eva ,

      Extra!!!!!!
      😉 😉 😉
      thanks for this point of fun today!!!

      • reply Loretta ,

        hysterical!

        • reply Anita Brandon ,

          What a GREAT idea and it came together in the most wonderful way!

          • reply Becky ,

            What a great bookmark, I love it

            • reply Susan Detwiler ,

              Too cute! Kira has a nice blog, too.

              • reply Tina Wade ,

                Love this idea!!!!

                • reply Cassy Muronaka ,

                  The highest compliment I can offer is that I wish I had thought of it first. This is such a clever, clever idea. And so well done. Even the old book is perfect.

                  • reply Becky Acosta ,

                    Love it! And her blog is great, too.

                    • reply Jenean ,

                      How creative! I love the bookmark.

                      • reply Adrine ,

                        Very creative and clever! By the way, the iphone doesn’t work like the ipad. To get the PCD icon on the iPhone you just go to the website and click the curvy arrow at the bottom of the screen, it will bring up the option to add it to the home screen. Cool!

                        • reply suzanne ,

                          when i opened PCD and saw this funny bookmark, i just burst
                          out laughing! what a great idea! it does want you to open
                          the book to rescue the poor witch.
                          very funny!!

                          • reply Sandra ,

                            wow! those are nice red shoes.

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