Craft Heart Shaped Bookmarks With Your Kids

Reading is something I enjoy doing. The best thing that compliments my reading habit is a good book and, yes an eye catching bookmark too. Trust me; I am a little finicky about my bookmarks. Buying one doesn’t seem to be a good decision. Being a miser, I feel when I can make one why to waste bucks on it. So again while reading a new book, I thought of crafting a cool bookmark for myself.

This is how it came into this world-

Kids Craft | Heart Bookmark

What you'll need:

(1) Colorful papers

(2) Glue

(3) Cutter

(4) Pencil

Step 1: Start by cutting 2 heart shapes - 1 big and 1 small from a card paper. cut the smaller heart shape from any decorative paper.

Kids Craft | Heart Bookmark

Step 2: Once you have both the heart shapes cut out. Place the smaller heart over the bigger one and use a cutter to cut a 'V' on the bigger heart.

Kids Craft | Heart Bookmark

Step 3: You are done! Use little glue to stick the smaller heart over the bigger heart in the centre.

Kids Craft | Heart Bookmark

Easy right? Make colorful heart shaped bookmarks and gift them to the other bookworms around you.

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