If you are bored with the regular paper and fabric bookmarks, you can go one step further and make magnetic ones. They have a tech feel to them and look great with their folds. The prominence they bring in to the marked page is unparalleled. You can gain a child’s attention by making them in the shapes of popular animated characters.
Your kids would love to have these magnetic bookmarks designed keeping their favorite fictional characters in mind. They would motivate youngsters to read.
You can involve your Harry Potter fan kiddo in this craft and it would light up his eyes in excitement. The small magnetic bookmark project takes the help of Cricut. You would have to add crests, ties and shoes to the basic shape of the characters.
Marvel Endgame fans would be thrilled to design bookmarks based on their favorite characters featured in the comic books and on screen.
Book enthusiasts would develop an instant liking for these creative bookmarks. You can download and color the templates before attaching magnetic strips to them.
This dainty bookmark is a combination of gold foil, black linen and luxe leather. We can already find your eyes widening in awe. Just click on the above link for the deets.
Since this tutorial is in a foreign language, you need to right click on the page and translate the text to English. This would be a fun craft for kitty lovers.
Bookworms, mark the last page you read in style before dozing off by using this designer bookmark. It has eye patterns on it and is easy to craft.
The religious folks would be delighted with this guide for a perfect Bible bookmark. You can pen down beautiful quotes from the holy book of Christians on the bookmark.
Dog lovers are going to swear by these magnetic bookmarks. Note that you need to right click and choose the option, translate to English since the tutorial is in a foreign language.
You can add a touch of personalization to the bookmarks by inscribing your name on them. If you love the cities of London and Paris, you can have pictures of notable monuments and buildings belonging to those places on the bookmarks.
Published on May 16th 2019 by Peyton Derrida