I love to read!
In addition to my magazine addiction is my book addiction.
I have oodles and oodles of Nicholas Sparks and Karen Kingsbury!
And I really have trouble putting the books down.
However, when I finally am able to put them down, I will literally just close up the book. Or, sometimes, I will search for a receipt that isn't needed to keep my place in the book.
That was until I figured out how to make these absolutely ADORABLY cute bookmarks.
All you need is a piece of scrap paper that is 6" x 6" and your Rotary Trimmer with a Scoring Blade!
Score your paper at the 3" mark, turn it, and then again at the 3 inch mark.
Fold you square from corner to corner, to create a triangle.
Flip one point of the triangle down.
Fold the points down into the "pocket".
Next time you go to close your book, you will have a cute bookmark to mark your page.
These quick and inexpensive bookmarks would make a wonderful teacher gift, or a gift that a few tween girls could make together at a party!
Happy Reading, and CREATING!