DIY #40: Making a bookmark and page marker

17 Responses

  1. Jenn says:

    Very nicely done! I certainly still read real books, but usually I just throw in something that happens to be within reach.

  2. Inge says:

    Very nice idea! I have a love/hate relationship with bookmarks. I always lose them and I can't seem to find a good one. I usually use a card that I received somewhere. And hey, you're reading Karin Slaughter! 😉 I see!

  3. Manon says:

    Very nice bookmarks! The mermaid paper clips are so cute.
    I usually just use a postcard as a bookmark, but now I want to make one myself. Thanks for the inspiration!

  4. Lilian says:

    How nice! These are also really ideal gifts for children. My daughter is in group 3 and she reads several books at the same time, so we have already made a number of bookmarks ourselves. (slightly less professional than this haha). But certainly also nice to give to other – new readers!

  5. Yova says:

    You have made such beautiful bookmarks. Are also cheerful. Usually it's always gloomy. What you don't make. Good job!! Greetings,

  6. How cute! Those mermaids are also very nice!

  7. M.Th. says:

    And whether I still read old-fashioned paper books! I have various bookmarks, made by others, even from textile, and also advertising bookmarks. There are people who save them. Your bookmarks are fun to make together with children and they can take them to school as a "treat", for example. Top!?

  8. What a cutie. I really like homemade bookmarks

  9. Connie. says:

    Beautifully made. They are nice little gifts!

  10. Romy says:

    Both the bookmark and the page marker look really cool! What a nice job with those backgrounds and the stamps are also very nice, especially the ones with dogs.

  11. Oooooh they are so cute! ?

  12. Yolanda says:

    What beautiful bookmarks! The one with the monster is my favorite.

  13. Kreanimo says:

    Very nice weather.

    Cool stamps too.

  14. Anja says:

    Those are nice

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