Stylish ways to cut your shirt

stylish ways to cut your shirt If there’s one page full of creative and your gift-worthy bookmarks to keep on hand, this is the one! All kinds of free printables and crafty ways to make them yourself to keep or give as a gift.

Fabric: Use pretty scraps of fabric to cover cardstock (with rubber cement). Super easy and they turn out very nice!

Wire Hearts: Bend 20 gauge wire into shape for these lovelies.

Heart: A quick & lovely bookmark from Martha Stewart.

Happiness, Perspective, Truth, Kindness: Four different bookmark designs each featuring one of these words. Bright & cheery printables!

Copper Tutorial: Easy to make bookmark with 8 gauge copper wire (can also use sterling silver wire). A few twists and added beads make these a lovely gift.

Paper Clip Charms: The classic paper clip doubles as a bookmark.

Ribbon: Lovely way to use up scraps of ribbon.

Paper Weaving: Use strips cut from magazine pages to weave a colourful and original design. Once you’ve finished weaving, you can easily turn your work into a stylish bookmark.

Think Kindly: Free printables with “Think Kindly” design.

Beaded: Hold your place in your next book with a fun and funky beaded wire bookmark that works up quicker than you can say “Once upon a time.”

Made With Vintage Fabric: Cut shapes into self-adhesive paper then cover with vintage fabric, very nice!

Hardwood: Apply design with a permanent marker or wood burner.

Origami Corner Bookmark: This tiny origami bookmark is really easy to make and doesn’t fall off the page when you open your book!

Fabric: These bookmarks are so smart looking, and very easy to make!

Elastic: Elastic cording, charms & beads make these lovely bookmarks.

Elastic Wrap: Use cereal box cardboard, some pretty paper and flat elastic to make these bookmarks–template included.

Handsewn: Made with watercolor paper, watercolors and a bit of embroidery for a totally personalized bookmark.

Fabric Corner Magnetic Bookmark: A little bit of embroidery goes a long way with this charmer.

Jan Brett Bookmarks: Free printable bookmarks in very gorgeous designs, lots to choose from. Available via pdf download.

Easy Magnetic Bookmarks: Cover pieces of cereal box cardboard with pretty paper, glue on a small magnet and voila! a lovely magnetic bookmark.

Chick Chic: Here’s a colorful chick to print out (many colors available) that will peek out your book and hold your spot.

Make A Magnetic Photo Bookmark: Fun project using photos.

Paper Doily Project: Learn how to make a bookmark from a heavy weight paper doily and an exacto knife.

Multi-Threaded: Made with floss or flat ribbons and small charms.

Mom Inc. Daily: Four different designs, three with a crafty popup feature.

Fan: {Crochet pattern} Made with size 40 crochet cotton or DMC cotton perle, features a long tassel or tail and clustered fan design.

Monogram: Easy & no-sew! Simply glue decorative scrapbook embellishments to a large button and attach ribbons.

Fabric Stitchy: Assorted scraps of fabric are stitched together (decorative edges), backed with canvas or duck cloth. Here’s another crafty idea using assorted scraps.

Button: Clever idea, buttons are attached to size 10 crochet cotton (with chain stitches between).

Felt Mouse: Make a cute felt mouse with a braided tail that marks the place in a book. Free pattern download (pdf).

Crocheted Flower: A frilly flower with a long crocheted stem functions nicely as a pretty bookmark.

Fern Lace: Made with any 4-ply fingering weight yarn and is worked in three sections (six rows form the fern lace pattern).

Beaded Elastic Cord Page Markers: These slide over the book and will fit over both large and small books.

Ballet Slipper: This cutie is made with pink, white, tan felt and pink grosgrain ribbon. Free pdf pattern available.

Jumbo Flower Clips: Jumbo paperclips are embellished with a crafty flower and felt (held together with a dab of hot glue), clip slides over pages to hold your place.

Knit Crayon: Suitable for Beginner knitters, each crayon measures about 10.2″ and worked flat on straight needles.

Flourish: Made with fingering weight yarn, final size measures 16″ (length) x 6.5″ (wide). Pattern via pdf download.

Fairies: Reads “Do You Believe In Fairies?”, prints 4 per sheet (jpg file).

Penguins & Snowmen: Cute little guys that are cut along the lower tummy area to slide over pages.

Carnation: Three slightly different designs per page, looks like pressed flowers on vintage receipts.

Garden Party: Nice & colorful with four flowers per bookmark, prints 10 per page (pdf download).

Kimono Dolls: Download a full page of template pieces then cut and assemble with a bit of glue.

Page-Grabbers: Two sided characters (Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald Duck & Pluto), glue a magnet inside.

Set of 4: Here’s a lovely set with four different designs to print (pdf download).

Book Spines: Neat idea to salvage a piece from a vintage favorite, heavy cardstock is used on the back.

Beaded Thongs: These will mark your place with style, assorted beading supplies needed (cord, headpins, beads).

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