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Easy DIY Ribbon Bookmarks

Help your kiddos stop losing their page with these adorable, and easy DIY Ribbon Bookmarks! We’ll show you how you can make your own ribbon bookmark in just minutes, or make a whole dozen and it will still only cost you a $1 or $2. Cheap, easy, darling, and practical – could you ask for much more? Let’s get started! Affiliate links are included here for your convenience. 

So cute and simple, make this ribbon bookmark in just minutes! You can make a dozen bookmarks for a couple of dollars! Great craft and activity for kids with this diy tutorial.

DIY Ribbon Bookmarks

What’s Needed

What's Needed

Directions

Measure the height of child’s favorite book series. Double that measurement and add an extra inch for seam allowance and to wrap over the pages. Cut a piece of ribbon to that length.

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Thread the needle with embroidery thread and tie a knot at the end.

In Process 1

Select a hair band, and slide the end of the ribbon through it and fold it over.

In Process 2

Take the threaded needle and sew 2-3 tiny stitches so the hair band is secure in the loop.

In Process 3

At the other end of the ribbon, sew the button on securely.

In Process 4

Now grab the book you are reading, open to the page you’re on, and wrap the ribbon around it so the button and hair band is on the cover. Just loop the hair band around the button and your page is marked until you start reading again!

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So cute and simple, make this ribbon bookmark in just minutes! You can make a dozen bookmarks for a couple of dollars! Easy craft or activity for kids, diy tutorial.

Happy reading! 

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hannah

Friday 31st of March 2017

this is so cute! this would make a great gift for my niece who is a bookworm

Cathi Crismon

Monday 27th of March 2017

Oh my goodness! This is the cutest idea ever! My grandkids are book worms and making bookmarks is the perfect weekend craft. Thanks!

Carlee C

Monday 27th of March 2017

I foresee this as being a spring break or summer vacation project. Both my 8 year old daughter and 11 year old son would enjoy making these.

Scott

Monday 27th of March 2017

Oh that's a really great idea! I can see using that instead of rubber bands to hold boxes together too!

Peggy Nunn

Sunday 26th of March 2017

I really like this. It is easy enough for the girls to do with supervision. They will make great gifts.