Saturday, November 21, 2015

Home made bookmarks.

It has been on my mind for quite sometime to start a blog where I could share what I love doing. So finally I am here!! Hope you enjoy your stop here :)
 
In today's post I just wanted to share some ideas how to make these easy bookmarks with basic stuff available at home.
Chart paper, permanent glue, double sided tape, you could use any of your favourite sentiments, ribbons and I used some left over curtain materials for these book marks. Just used a pair of sheer scissors to trim the sides and stuck it on the chart paper. Double sided tape was used to paste the sentiment. Punched a hole and used the ribbon to tag.
For the above  heart bookmarks I used some butterfly images.You can use any contrast colours for the bookmarks. We just need to be a little careful while punching the hole on both the papers. You could even use a tassels instead of the ribbons.
And you finally have this cute bookmark!! 
So long have a great weekend!


 
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11 comments:

  1. Wow Ruby! First of all, congratulations on starting a new blog! The bookmarks may be simple but they are indeed very pretty! Looking forward to many many posts about your creativity. Happy blogging!!

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  2. Wow!! Congrats
    Keep blogging ��

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  3. Very nice, indeed! Perhaps you can join the Art Abandonment group with these on Facebook! Welcome to blogland! Aloha

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  4. What a great idea! I like that you can see the quote on the outside of he book.

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  5. Congratulations of your new blog and off to a flying start....your bookmark idea had me thinking I could use a similar process to create ornaments for my xmas tree.....mmmm! thanks for sharing.

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  6. Excellent initiative..... let your hidden talent come out for spreading the joy of creativity. Its pure satisfaction when you see such beautiful creations. I wish you finish more n more soon and share with us as well as school kids.... always remember sharing is caring !!!! - Yuwaraj Gurjar

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  7. Those are lovely. Late commenting cause it is a holiday here :).

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  8. What a great idea! I could have my students do this at school to make Christmas gifts. Thanks for sharing with us at Photo Friday!

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  9. lot of creativity and imagination there

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  10. Congrats on starting your blog to share your work! It's so fun to have a creative space. Thank you for linking up with Little Things Thursday and sharing with us!

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