Today I have a fun and easy and “green” project to share with you. This corner bookmark is made from recycling all those envelopes you get in the mail.
I cut the corners (mine measured 2″ from each corner) and then covered with designer papers (a great way to use up those scraps) and a stamped image.
Here I covered the front of the envelope corner (back is covered also for added strength) with Mono Adhesive Permanent.
Added a 1/2″ strip for contrast.
I colored a stamped image with Irojiten Pencils, punched with a circle paper punch, layered onto coordinating paper and adhered with Mono Adhesive Permanent.
To use, open envelope corner and insert on the page you are on in your book to keep your place for you. These are so fun and easy to make and a great project to do with your children.
I hope you like this project and will give it a try. If you do, be sure to post a link to your creation in the comment box.
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Great project Debbie. I need to make some of these for my Mom.
These are so cute!! I LOVE to make these!!
TFS!! Take Care!!