Your new favourite read deserves better than a lollipop stick, old receipt or crumpled train ticket. Luckily, with the help of our favourite crafty supply, washi tape, you can whip up a colourful bookmark for every book in your library. How cool is that?
These DIY washi tape bookmarks are super easy to make and only take a couple of minutes. Whether you fawn over florals, go dotty for polka dots or love a clean-cut geometric design, you can make these DIY bookmarks reflect your own personal style.
Also, if you’re planning to give a book as a gift, a little personalised bookmark would make a pretty sweet addition, don’t ya think?
The washi tapes that we used to make bookmarks are all from masté washi masking tape.
Here are the designs: baby panda, jungle, goldfish and mushroom
Now…let’s make some bookmarks!
- washi tape
- white / coloured card
1 | Cut out a bookmark shape from card.
Generally, most patterned washi tapes show up best on white card but that’s no rule. If you want to go neon, go for it.Decorate.
2 | Decorate.
Now’s the time to whip out the washi tape collection and decorate to your heart’s content. Try layering, diagonal stripes and cut-outs to make some super cute washi tape bookmarks in a flash.
Tape used above: masté white cosmic washi tape