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Style: Original Registered

This fun, whimsical bookmark is inspired by the land of Oz! I came up with the idea after reading "Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West."


This Original Wicked Witch of the East Ruby Slippers bookmark has been featured on The Daily What, Craftzine, Craftster, Pinterest, The Reader's Nook and many more places on the web! You won't find a copycat here. Thank you for supporting the original creator of this bookmark!

Each bookmark is handmade to order by me, so the bookmark you receive will vary slightly from the photos.

The bookmark body measures approx. 3x4'' and is made of high quality printed 32 pt cardstock. I sculpt those Wicked Witch of the East legs with care from polyclay (no mold used!) and then I hand paint them and add all the details so your bookmark is just wicked with witchy goodness.

Bookmarks will be shipped in sturdy boxes to avoid damage during travel. Will be shipped via USPS First Class mail within 1-3 business days of receipt of payment. Orders in the USA will come with a delivery confirmation number that will be sent to you upon shipping.

International buyers, your package will be shipped promptly, but please allow up to 6 weeks for delivery. ***Please take a moment to review my shop policies before making your purchase.***

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The ORIGINAL Wicked Witch Bookmark - Ruby Slippers Bookmark - Witch Legs Bookmark

$21.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: polyclay, acrylic ink, paper, chipboard, nonshedding glitter
  • Ships worldwide from Alabama, United States
  • Feedback: 390 reviews
  • Favorited by: 4579 people