Aug 14, 2015

Big Bow Bookmark Tutorial

I was over at Make it & Love it again this week sharing a fun back to school tutorial.  I wanted to share it here to in case you missed it!


I made these cute bow bookmarks out of some scrap fabrics and you can whip them up in less than 30 minutes, my kind of project!


They are perfect for gifts for teachers or book lovers.  I am bringing a couple on my beach trip coming up, I am hoping to get a lot of reading in!


The simple project is a pretty fabric bow sewn to some elastic.  The elastic holds your page and the bow makes your book look cute :)  You can find the whole tutorial to make your own bookmarks HERE!

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