Accessories and goodies based on the theme of Harry Potter and everything associated with the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry have been highly sought-after. If you are looking for bookmarks to track of your reads then design some keeping the Harry Potter theme in mind. You could either make them on the basis of the characters or even keeping in mind the houses, for eg scarlet and gold for Gryffindor; green and silver for Slytherin; blue and bronze for Ravenclaw and yellow and black for Hufflepuff. Check the following tutorials for some of the excellent ideas to make Harry Potter Bookmarks.
The red and gold color of the Gryffindor house has been used in making the bookmark, though you can go for a house of your choice. The famous Alohomora spell can even be implemented as a theme of your bookmark.
Taking out a printable of the different houses would indeed make your job easier.
You have Harry’s glasses and scars directly etched on your bookmark as shown here.
Take printables of any character of the Harry Potter clan and attach magnetic strips to them, Holla, you have these pretty magnetic bookmarks at hand.
If knitting is your foray then design pretty bookmarks scarves as shown in the tutorial here.
Following the method shown in the tutorial of this link you could design a Harry Potter bookmark. You could emboss the word “Harry Potter” or even the names of the houses on the leather bookmark.
If you have too many Harry Potter fans at home then design scarves having colors of all the houses and gift it to the respective supporters.
These corner bookmarks made according to the color of the four houses would indeed be a treat for all HP lovers.
Sketching Harry’s pet owl with the use of water colors is another remarkable bookmark idea to be opted for.
You could also make a white tie bookmark with Harry Potter or any of the character’s photo stuck on it.
Harry’s face and scarf attached to the tiny clips would indeed make for a small but precious gift to give away during Halloween.
With a whole lot of ideas at hand, you may indeed have a whale of a time in making these bookmarks along with your kids during the summer break or on any occasion.
Published on May 13th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs