and Cut Bookmark Project Ideas
Bookmark Craft 1: Print out bookmarks on card stock, punch a
hole near the top edge, and string a ribbon through
the hole to create a tassel.
Bookmark Craft 2: Print out 2 bookmarks with the same
design on regular paper, cut them out and glue them
together back to back. You can punch a hole and add
a tassel to your bookmark after the glue dries.
Bookmark Project 3: Make fabric bookmarks:
Print bookmarks without words or numbers on
iron on paper for light or white fabric. Transfer the
design to fabric using an iron, then finish the edges
with decorative scissors or a narrow hem, OR attach
your finished design to fusible interfacing fabric or
card stock, then trim to desired shape.
NOTE: You'll need to "flip" images
if you want to make iron on transfer crafts from printables that have words or numbers. Do this with a graphics program or use the "tee
shirt" setting on your printer before you print
so the words and numbers will read correctly when you iron on your transfer design.
Bookmark Project 4: Print bookmarks directly onto special
printable fabric, then finish edges or fuse to non-woven
fabric to add stiffness if desired. Add trims or ribbons
Project Tip: Laminate printed and trimmed paper
bookmarks between sheets of clear contact paper or laminating film for extra durability - they'll
wipe clean and last longer!