Hi everyone and happy Tuesday! For today’s project, we’re making some bookmarks with flowers on top. I got this idea from Rainey at Rainey Day Reads who suggested using them on the ribbons of my recovered Wordsworth Editions after I posted some of my flowers on Instagram.
I loved that idea but the ones I made were a little too big for that so I came up with something else.
These bookmarks look so pretty popping over the top of a book and I included a pocket for a journaling card to track reading. These will make a great addition to the wrap-up section of my reading journal each month.
Templates Available Below
- Bookmark with Pocket Template
- Wrap Up Journaling Card Template
- Watercolour Flower Template
To make things a bit easier for you I created a template of the flower with a watercolour pattern front and back.
I hope you found the video and templates useful. I would really love to see what you create with them. Let me know below or on Instagram @elainehowlin_
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