Easy Whale Bookmark Corner Design. Spongebob Crafts Corner Bookmarks. 16 Must-Have Bookmarks. If you’re anything like me, you’ll use just about anything for a bookmark: an old receipt, a pay stub, a metro card.
But that doesn’t mean I don’t appreciate the beauty of an honest-to-goodness bookmark. In fact, I wish I owned more of them. So I scoured the internet (but mostly Etsy) for the best bookmarks I could find. From here on out, I’m saving my reading place in style. These bookmarks are handpainted and feature Elizabeth Bennet and her lovely sisters, plus the charming Mr. Etsy: CastleOnTheHill There are countless Harry Potter bookmarks out there, but this one of an over-eager Hermione raising her hand is by far my favorite. Etsy: PearlAndViolet Look at this fancy little mouse! Etsy: HouseOnTheCloud If you find yourself longing for Wonderland, I think youll enjoy this whimsical metal bookmark featuring the White Rabbit. Etsy: Spookyisland. Frozen-Fanatic-Free-Printable-Bookmarks. Easy Butterfly Bookmark Corner. Yes… it is that time again – ANOTHER paper corner bookmark design!
You my lovely readers have asked for an easy butterfly bookmark corner, so today, I have finally made some for you. I have to confess, I am rather pleased with how these butterfly bookmarks turned out – as with all the others – they are super easy and fun and make for a great little gift. These butterflies would be lovely for Mother’s Day, as a small spring or Easter gift or even for “Back to School” after the long summer holidays.
Newspaper & Watercolor Bookmarks. Painted Newspaper Bookmarks *This post contains affiliate links for convenience* Our daughter loves books.
We read to her all the time. She asks for more and more books daily & the books that she requests are getting longer & longer. We have begun reading much larger books now, some that are too long to complete in a sitting. Since we are still unpacking from a move, there are two things that we have an abundance of, cardboard & crumpled up newspaper. Here’s how. Belle's Enchanted Rose Bookmarks. Origami Bookmark Tutorial. For the past week we’ve kept quite busy with family in town.
It’s been a really fun week playing tourist, but today I took a much needed lazy day. I wanted to make something that didn’t require much thinking, so I spent the afternoon making origami bookmarks. They are super cute, easy to make, and a good way to use up some leftover scrap paper! Now, if I could just find some time to get a little reading done… All you need is a ruler, something to cut with, and paper. 1. 7. Bookmarks. Easy Origami Corner Bookmark How To - turn them into Monsters, Owls and wherever your imagination takes you. A great little gift for book lovers on Father's Day. Did you like this?
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The hubs and I both share the reading bug and we NEVER have a dedicated bookmark to save our spots. (We're not really corner folders...we love our books too much.) I've found myself using the closest thing I can find to save my page...like an Amazon gift card, someone's business card, a stray piece of paper, or a tissue (clean, of course!) Well, not anymore! Botanical Bookmarks. ICS Bookmark. Bee-mine-free-printable-valentines. Easy Penguin Bookmark Corner. Yes!!
We have done it again.. it is time for YET ANOTHER Corner Bookmark… well you my dear readers, keep asking for new designs.. so how can I NOT oblige. Today, we have a lovely wintery theme: a Penguin Bookmark Corner. These cute little Penguin Craft, joins the rest of our corner bookmarks – monster bookmarks, minion bookmarks, owl bookmarks, heart bookmarks, fox bookmarks and of course reindeer boomarks – pretty soon we will have a corner bookmark for all occasions Please DO leave comments down below of what sort of crafts you would like to see in future, it is really helpful when planning our craft activities to bear your wishes in mind!
Bookmarks. Bee-mine-free-printable-valentines. Homemade Bookmarks. This week will be sorta crafty!
This project is simple, but any time kids are working with their hands and making something, they’re being creative. They don’t always have to be studying traditional art concepts, because they are still actively practicing using materials, and they are making visual choices. Ribbon bookmark. I'm attempting to learn how to crochet.
Hmm. It's not coming as naturally to me as knitting did when I was 8. My mom gave me The Happy Hooker book (after she bought it and gave up on the idea of learning how to crochet from a book). Animal Printable Bookmarks. Our free printable bookmarks with cute and colorful animals to cheer up your reading time.
This set of bookmarks with a selection of children’s favorite animals are designed to help them love books and enjoy reading. They look very sweet peeking out from your favorite books. Printable: mitten bookmark. When you were little, did you ever have mittens with a string attaching them, so that it ran through your sleeve, around your back and down through the other sleeve? I did. It seems a funny thing to have mittens hanging from your cuffs, but it's a pretty genius way to keep your outer wear together! I thought about these connected mittens and how, when tiny, they'd make a nice bookmark! Owl Bookmarks by Sash-kash on DeviantArt. Christmas Bookmarks. These printable Christmas bookmarks make a nice little Christmas gift from teacher to pupil or from child to child instead of Christmas cards.
We've got Christmas bookmarks to colour, some with silly Christmas jokes, some with Christmas greetings and some blank for your own message or reading notes. These lovely little Christmas bookmarks carry a special Christmas message, with words from the lovely Christmas carol In the Bleak Mid Winter. "What can I give him, poor as I am? " Print out these cute little Christmas mouse bookmarks to hand out for holiday reading, perhaps, or tuck them into a Christmas gift. Wild Olive: keep your spot... Today I have a little printable for you! This is really easy, and so fun! Let me start by telling you that the inspiration for this little printable project was a lovely item called Master Magnetics® Flexible Magnetic Tape. My mom gets it for school things, and it is so cool! It is very thin and comes on a dispenser roll. It isn't especially cheap, but you'll love it! Download the PDF with five designs (bacon, pencil, pickle, bandage, and ruler).
Print on either paper or cardstock. Fold in half. Stick a piece of magnet to one side, then take another magnet piece and let it attach (sticky side up) to the first magnet. Now you can fold the paper down to stick to the second magnet piece. Pbm-bookmark-bw. Pbm-bookmark-color. Printable School Bookmarks for Kids. Print out these fun school bookmarks - perfect for back to school! There's plenty of space to write messages too. Perhaps teachers could send out a bookmark as a "welcome to my classroom" gift before term starts, or hand them out as incentives? Four simple bookmarks with an apple design and space for your own message - perfect for classrooms and Back to School or perhaps Teacher Appreciation. Here are five school themed bookmarks to print, with plenty of space for adding your own message or noting your reading progress.
Mrprintables-bm04-set1-a4.pdf. My Favorite Words Bookmarks. A bunch of printable bookmarks with our first selection of children’s favorite words. Who doesn’t love words like ‘higgledy-piggledy’ and ‘squelch’?! Elephant-Bookmark. Karima's Crafts: Upcycle Cardboard Boxes into Bookmarks and Gift Tags. Before putting your cardboard boxes into the rubbish or recycling bin think if you can reuse them for other uses. If any boxes have any decorative designs or unusual pictures then you could cut them up and use them for some craft projects. Homemade Bookmarks - Tie Dyed with Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol.
Grab your Sharpies and rubbing alcohol! Hands On Crafts for Kids. Homemade Bookmarks. More ways to keep your spot... A few weeks ago, I made some printable bookmarks, and they were a hit! I had ideas for more of these, and at last, I made some! You can refer back to the post with the first set for more detailed instructions, but essentially you'll trim, add magnet tape (the really thin kind), and fold it over your page. This new set includes a clothespin, watercolors, a traffic light, a birch log, and a rainbow. But the best part is, my genius sister discovered a new fun way to use these! Anna has an inspiration line on her wall, which has a few strands of crochet thread draped.