FIVE MINUTE CRAFT: BOOKMARKS FOR BACK-TO-SCHOOL
Kids going back to school in September will be bringing home a lot of books! Here's a fun and easy craft to help them keeps their pages - and for teachers - this could also be a great welcome back gift because these bookmarks literally take no time to make. I had fun just choosing some cool patterns, but I only made three. If you wish, you can even add some embellishments to personalize them (such as sticker letters to spell out names), but below you'll find the basic instructions for crafty little back-to-school bookmarks. If you have scrap paper to get rid of, this is also the project for you!
TOOLS & MATERIALS:
Trim card stock to 6" x 1 1/4". Round the corners with the corner rounder punch at 4 mm. Make a hole at one end for the ribbon, then insert some thru. Super easy!
You can whip up dozens in an hour should you choose to make these for the whole class. Ribbon can be purchased inexpensively from dollar stores.
Thanks for taking a look today, friends. Happy crafting!