Handmade bookmarks can give an added fun and personal touch to your book reading experience. They can be as bold and bright, or as soothing and calm in colour and design as you like, and you can add personal touches, like favourite charms, quotes or little illustrations and patterns. If you make a few at a time, you’ll always have a spare if you lose one or have multiple books on the go at the same time.
Below are seven different ideas to explore – maybe pick one that appeals and try a few versions, or try one of each to find your favourite.
Tip: in some of the ideas below you might use marker pens to decorate a bookmark, if these bleed through to the back and you would like to cover it, feel free to add some plain or coloured card, or simply repeat the pattern that is on the front on a fresh piece of card, and glue it to the back.
We hope you enjoy the ideas below, and…
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