How to make a paper bookmark

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25 Different Ways To Make and Create Your Own BookMarks

Ready for another adorable bookmark? Make this cute ladybug corner bookmark, perfect to keep your summer reads in check or just to craft away during the summer break. Start by folding the red paper diagonally. Fold into a triangle. Grab the top corner of the triangle, one layer only — as indicated by the pink dot on the image below and fold it towards the bottom, as indicated by the pink dot. Now grab hold of the left or right corner of the triangle and fold it towards the middle as indicated by the pink dot.
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How to make a paper Bookmark?

How to make an Origami Bookmark Corner

This post is an additional post to show you how to make a basic origami bookmark corner. As you know we have lots of cute origami bookmarks here on Red Ted Art. I thought it would be useful for those that do not always wish to see video instructions for making this easy origami bookmark. We then take this basic paper bookmark and turn it into one of our many Corner Bookmark Designs! Be it an Origami Bookmark Panda or an origami bookmark monster!

Origami Bookmark Corner

Show less As a literary creature, do you often find yourself at a loss for the perfect page-saver in your favorite novels? Have no fear, you can make your own bookmark in dozens of styles so you never lose track of your reading again. Learn how to make a paper bookmark, magnetic, beaded, and several more in the directions below. To make a traditional bookmark, cut a piece of cardstock paper to your desired size, for example 2 to 3 inches wide and no more than 6 inches long. Then, decorate your bookmark by adding pictures from a magazine or textured paper. If you want your bookmark to last longer, laminate it or cover it with packing tape instead.

4 thoughts on “8 Ways to Make a Bookmark - wikiHow

  1. Of course a simple piece of paper or store-bought bookmark can do the trick at keeping your place while diving in to one of your favorite, classic reads.

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