These adorable paper flamingos bookmarks will definitely get kids motivated to read. You can also use it as a pointer […]
Avid readers will love creating an adorable mermaid tail bookmark. Customize it with your favorite colors and plenty of sequins!
Make an enchanting unicorn bookmark using cardstock, tape, and rainbow yarn. They make wonderful, inexpensive party favors.
This simple and inexpensive gift is perfect to slip into a birthday card. These adorable bookmarks are great for Teacher […]
This fun craft turns photos into bookmarks. Kids of all ages will want to make them for their books!
Use up pretty paper scraps by making adorable little monsters to chew on the corners of your books and mark […]
Celebrate the season with a homemade bookmark inspired by fall color. The leaf design is so festive.
Seeded Paper Bookmark These seeded paper bookmarks serve two purposes. Use them to mark a page in your favorite book […]
Make personalized faux leather bookmarks for Mothers Day. The tutorial includes instructions for making the embroidery floss tassel.
These wacky bookmarks make reading even more fun. You can also use them to organize papers, clip notes, or mark […]
These pretty paper rose bookmarks are perfect for giving on Valentine’s Day. Attach a note saying “You hold a special […]
Is there a reader on your gift list? Buy a book, then create a money bookmark to go with it! […]
Teach kids about the art technique of Pointillism with this fun, easy bookmark project. Create any design – there is […]
Use foam sheets, stickers, and ribbon to make Kindness Bookmarks. Writing, cutting, and gluing are great skills for little hands […]
Turn denim or other heavyweight fabrics into beautiful bookmarks to keep or give as thoughtful gifts. Learn how to make […]
Print off your free Dr. Seuss Bookmark and Reading Log to keep track of all your stories.
Heart bookmarks make the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for any book lover! These are made from pretty printed card stock.
Are your kids fans of The Avengers? Make these fun superhero-themed bookmarks out of craft sticks to encourage reading!
Turn a completed coloring page into one-of-a-kind bookmarks. One coloring page makes multiple bookmarks, so keep one for yourself and […]
Turn a paint chip that you no longer need into a cute bookmark. Personalize it with a message or the […]
Harry Potter fans will absolutely adore these printable bookmarks. You can choose from Harry, Ron, Hermione, or Dumbledore.
Create colorful bookmarks using craft sticks, watercolors and pom poms. It’s fun and easy.
Combine paperclips and pretty patterned paper to make fun and colorful bookmarks for planners and more. Use your creativity to […]
This ‘When I Grow Up’ Bookmark is a perfect gift for Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. Print it in color […]
These adorable bookmarks can be personalized with your name and favorite woodland creature. Just customize, print and cut!
Making bookmarks with images from gift wrap is a fun reading-related project! Keep some and give away more as gifts.
Turn the classic character of Dorothy into a creepy bookmark for Halloween. This is a great way to repurpose a thrift […]
This adorable Frog Bookmark will help you find your place in your favorite book. You can use this idea to […]
These Rainbow Bookmarks are perfect for the youngest of crafters. Teach color recognition, fine motor skills, and create a beautiful […]
Make darling snail bookmarks to keep or give as gifts. They’re a great way to learn the basic skills for […]
Create fun id tags with Harry Potter characters. Wear these tags at theme parks in case you get separated, attach them […]
School-aged boys and girls have loved the pages of Captain Underpants over the years. This fun bookmark is a great […]
Create a pretty fabric bookmark with frayed ends and a machine-stitched flower. This easy sewing project makes a wonderful gift!
Use these cute paper origami monsters as bookmarks or puppets. They’re easy to make and are full of personality!
Encourage after-school reading with a fun Book Hugger Bookmark. Unlike a traditional bookmark, this one can’t slip out and lose your […]
This fabric bookmark is embroidered with a name and a simple heart. This is the perfect project to teach your […]
Make these punny Valentine Bookmarks using a printable, Sculpey clay and craft sticks. It’s easy to do and lots of fun.
This clever item is a combination magnetic bookmark and pen holder. It only takes a few minutes to make and […]
These soft bookmarks grab your pages but won’t tear the paper. A fun craft for the kids and they make […]
Do your kids love monsters? Make these fun bookmarks that not only hold your place, but also keep from tearing […]
These Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle bookmarks make great party favors. They’re easy to make and practically indestructible!
Make cute and colorful bookmarks with a matching yarn tassel. Keep them plain or personalize them with your name or […]
This darling photo bookmark clip is easy and inexpensive to make, and would be a wonderful gift for a parent, grandparent […]
Turn envelopes into cute bunny bookmarks! When the book is closed, the little bunny ears stick out to mark your […]
If you’re looking for a Valentine without a candy treat, this cute bookmark is perfect. They are easy to make […]
A great craft for back to school, these easy to make bookmarks are shaped like pencils! These would make a […]
Have you ever made accessories with melted beads? You can make earrings, bookmarks, hair clips, magnets and more. Perfect for […]
Make a bookmark from your favorite ribbon, some cute buttons, and an elastic hairband. Fun and easy! A great project, […]
Download and make this special card that doubles as a unique bookmark. A fun gift and keepsake for your mom!
These little bookmarks are so quick and simple to make, and paired with this free printable, they make a great […]
Here’s a quick and easy back-to-school craft for teens and tweens. Use pretty printed ribbon and colorful paperclips to make […]
Turn your thumbprints into cute critter decorations using markers and googly eyes on these pretty paper bookmarks. Exchange them on […]