Tuesday, June 30, 2020

How To Make A Quick And Easy Magnetic Bookmark


Has anyone else been doing a lot of reading lately? Sometimes it is nice to just sit outside and read while getting some fresh air after being locked inside all the time. Since I am usually always carrying my book around with me everywhere the bookmarks tend to fall out making me lose my place. So I decided to make a magnetic bookmark so it wouldn't fall out.


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Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my project.
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I love the look I got by laying the leaves up from Maker's Movement Tropical Leaves Die.


Then using the Live, Laugh & Love stamps from Maker's Movement Essential Sentiments created the perfect focal point on the front of my bookmark. Plus, those three little words have so much meaning and a reminder too.


Then to make my bookmark magnetic so it held onto the pages of my books I added some Xyron Magnet Tape to the inside of the folded bookmark so all I have to do is open it and slide it onto a few pages of the book.

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