In an earlier post, I wrote about the page monster bookmark craft I was hosting at my library. The program was a complete success and some participants stayed for over two hours! The bookmarks created went above and beyond and were extremely creative. It was amazing to see how many variations could be generated from one simple template. Here are pictures of some of the bookmarks created that day, enjoy! I especially love the one with the eyelashes and bonnet 🙂
Are you a ravenous reader? Do you have an old ragged bookmark that needs replacing? If you are looking for a personalized and fun way to decorate your book, I found this great page corner bookmark template from Tally’s Treasury while researching for a craft to implement at the library where I work. I will be hosting the program for all ages in May and it is really simple to make.
This bookmark is easy to construct and a cute way to save your page while reading. For instructions, materials, and a step-by-step tutorial, check out the main page! You will need card stock, decorative scrapbooking paper, glue sticks, and a few more items to make these little monsters. You can personalize them anyway you wish by adding googly eyes or use stickers! This is a great way to encourage reading and be crafty!