DIY Bookmarks You’ll Love Making for All the Books

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.If you’re anything like me, you always loose your bookmarks. It doesn’t matter how many you have, they are all lost. Always. Luckily, you can remedy this situation by making these DIY bookmarks!

I love these DIY bookmark ideas and can’t wait to make one for every. single. book that I own. Maybe then, I won’t lose them!

 

DIY Bookmarks You’ll Love Making for All the Books

How adorable are these duct tape emoji bookmarks? I can’t stand the cuteness!

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.

Did you ever press flowers as a kid? These pressed-flower bookmarks are really bringing me back.

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.These ribbon bookmarks might just help keep you from losing them at once.

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.Monster bookmarks are definitely the best DIY bookmarks.

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.They say these scratch film bookmarks are for kids, but just let anyone try to stop me from making one for myself!

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.Aren’t these girl corner bookmarks the sweetest? As a printable, also super easy to make.

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.I’m a bit geeky, so I’m totally in love with these superhero bookmarks. 

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.DIY woven rocket bookmarks. Yes.

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.This origami cat bookmark would make me happy to look at it all day long. I would really try hard not to lose that one!

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.Button bookmarks are so cute, and would be a perfect stocking stuffer gift for a reader (strong hint to family).

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.If you are feeling lazy, but also crafty, print out these coloring sheet bookmarks. So pretty!

 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.I really like the simplicity of these confetti bookmarks. 

If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.

Lit Lovers Link Party

Where book bloggers are loved!

Lit lovers link party

Welcome yet again to another exciting week of the Lit Lovers link party!

Link your favorite book and quote posts (new or old) for some extra traffic! We’re here every Thursday.

Remember, you can link up as many book or quote-related posts as you want! 

As always, I will feature my favorite link-up in next week’s Lit Lover’s edition.

When you share your post with me, you agree to for me to use one image from your post in next week’s LL. I will also pin all link-ups to the new Lit Lover’s Pinterest board and send you weekly link-up reminders so you can join in every week.

Last week,  I enjoyed reading about how stories change us on an emotional level. I know I’m never the same after reading a good book!


If you love books and you love DIY, then you won't want to miss this collection of DIY bookmarks that you can make even if you're not crafty.

Simple Harry Potter Crafts Anyone Can Make

Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts!

Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts! These DIY Harry Potter projects are perfect for adults and teens.Harry Potter has always been one of my favorite book series. I read some of the books as a young teen, but most as a young adult before I had kids. The stories were filled with adventure and humor, and are definitely on my top list of recommended books.

Harry Potter craft ideas are a fun way to bring the love of Harry Potter home. With Fantastic Beasts coming out so soon, it is high time for more DIY Harry Potter crafts in my life! Now that my daughter is also reading the series, she’s started to make a few crafts with me as well.

 

14 Harry Potter Crafts Anyone Can Make

Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts! These DIY Harry Potter projects are perfect for adults and teens.

You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy Harry Potter craft projects. In fact, many of these craft ideas are definitely geared more toward a teen/adult age group. Harry Potter crafts for adults definitely exist, and I’ve found the cutest to share with you today.

Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts! These DIY Harry Potter projects are perfect for adults and teens.

  1. Harry Potter Scarf
  2. Tabletop Quidditch Game
  3. Hermione Tote Bag
  4. Harry Potter Clothespins
  5. Harry Potter Inspired Wand Craft
  6. How to Make Chocolate Frogs

Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts! These DIY Harry Potter projects are perfect for adults and teens.

  1. Hogwarts House Bookmarks
  2. DIY Monster Book of Monsters
  3. DIY Golden Snitch Necklace
  4. Harry Potter Inspired Spellbook
  5. DIY Harry Potter Wands
  6. Harry Potter Snitch Cakepops

Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts! These DIY Harry Potter projects are perfect for adults and teens.

  1. DIY Time Turner Necklace
  2. Harry Potter Corner Bookmark

What are your favorite Harry Potter DIY crafts? Have you ever made any Harry Potter crafts? Share your creations in the comments!

Love Harry Potter? Showcase your love with these Harry Potter crafts! These DIY Harry Potter projects are perfect for adults and teens.

Get the Unofficial Guide to Crafting the World of Harry Potter!

Lit Lovers Link Party

Where book bloggers are loved!

Lit lovers link party

Welcome yet again to another exciting week of the Lit Lovers link party!

Link your favorite book and quote posts (new or old) for some extra traffic! We’re here every Thursday.

Remember, you can link up as many book or quote-related posts as you want! 

As always, I will feature my favorite link-up in next week’s Lit Lover’s edition.

When you share your post with me, you agree to for me to use one image from your post in next week’s LL. I will also pin all link-ups to the new Lit Lover’s Pinterest board and send you weekly link-up reminders so you can join in every week.

Last week,  I enjoyed reading Heather’s review of Arabella of Mars and getting to see Natalie’s visit to The Bay Area Book Festival. 




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DIY Book Page Leaves

You know we love our book crafts here at Daily Mayo. Today, in celebration of the leaves finally turning colors in Texas, I’m sharing with you the DIY book page leaves I made this fall. Keep reading for the full tutorial!

If you like the book page leaves craft, also try:

Book page stars

Book page trees

Book page pumpkin
Looking for fall-themed book crafts? Look no further than these simple and fun book page leaves from Daily Mayo.com.

DIY Book Page Leaves Tutorial

Supplies:

Book Page Leaves Step 1

Tear out the pages from the book and glue them to the card stock paper. I overlapped the pages to eliminate as much white space as possible. Cover each side of the paper. I found you could get between five and six leaves per page, so cover however many card stock pages you want with the book page leaves.

Looking for fall-themed book crafts? Look no further than these simple and fun book page leaves from Daily Mayo.com.

Book Page Leaves Step 2

Print the leaf patterns and cut them out. Trace the patterns onto the book page leaves with a pen or pencil. Cut out the leaf shapes.

Book Page Leaves Step 3

Paint the entire surface of both sides of each book page leaf with watercolor paint. I used orange, red, yellow, and green. The thinner the paint, the lighter the leaf color. Adjust as you like.

Book Page Leaves Step 4

Allow the book page leaves to dry. When the paint is fully dry, paint the edges with brown watercolor paint and add a leaf spine to both sides of each leaf. This makes it a bit more three dimensional. If I had the right color of glitter glue, I probably would have added that as the leaf spine for a bit more sparkle. Allow the book page leaves to fully dry.

Looking for fall-themed book crafts? Look no further than these simple and fun book page leaves from Daily Mayo.com.

Book Page Leaves Step 5

If desired, you may punch a hole in the stems or elsewhere on the leaves to hang them in a banner. I didn’t want to do that this time, so I sprinkled the  book pages leaves across the top of my low bookshelf for a fun fall decoration.

Check out more awesome book crafts!

book pumpkin tutorial Look books? Love crafts? Then you won't want to miss these 10 ideas for festive book-themed fall crafts from Daily Mayo! book page star tutorial book page tree tutorial diy valentine book page heart wreath

DIY Book Crafts: Book Page Heart Wreath

I love book-themed crafts. Since last fall, I’ve made a book pumpkin, book Christmas trees, and book stars.

Today, we have yet another bookish craft- a book page wreath!

I’m not entirely sure if this wreath fits the definition, because it doesn’t have a hole in the center, but I’m calling it a book wreath anyway.

Want to make your own book page wreath for Valentine’s Day or any other day? Follow these simple steps!

diy valentine book page heart wreath

How to Make a Book Page Heart Wreath

Supplies:

  • A book you hate
  • Scissors
  • A shallow dish
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • Acrylic paint
  • Pen
  • Cardboard
  • String

Step 1

Want to make an awesome bookish-themed Valentine craft this year? Why not a book page heart wreath?

Draw the outline of a heart onto the cardboard. You can choose a different design if you want it to be a year-round decoration and not just Valentine’s Day themed. Cut out the design with scissors or a craft knife. Don’t cut yourself.

Step 2

Want to make an awesome bookish-themed Valentine craft this year? Why not a book page heart wreath?

Tear away about 10 pages from the book spine. Cut the pages into an oval shape.*

*This step is actually quite important. When I left the pages square, they resembled nothing so much as crumpled, used tissues. Which did not look good. Take the time to round your edges.

Step 3

Want to make an awesome bookish-themed Valentine craft this year? Why not a book page heart wreath?

Crumple the oval into a flower shape. I did this by pulling the center of the oval down and pinching it between my fingers, then I rolled the outside edges in until they resembled petals. This is not an exact science, clearly. Make at least 50 of these. Make more if your heart is really large, less if you actually make an official wreath and cut out the center of the heart.

Step 4

Want to make an awesome bookish-themed Valentine craft this year? Why not a book page heart wreath?

Pour about a quarter’s worth of acrylic paint into your dish. Add in just enough water to make it look like paint soup. Stir the mixture.

Step 5

Want to make an awesome bookish-themed Valentine craft this year? Why not a book page heart wreath?

Dip the tips of each petal into the paint one by one. Only paint just the very tip for the same effect that I created. Set the petals onto paper towels to dry.

Step 6

Want to make an awesome bookish-themed Valentine craft this year? Why not a book page heart wreath?

When dry, glue the book page petals to the cardboard cutout starting on the outside edge and working in toward the center. As I glued, I pinched and twisted the bottoms of each petal (the previous center of the page) to make them stick to the cardboard better. Fill in all gaps with additional petals.

Step 7

Glue a piece of looped string to the back of the cardboard so you can hang it on the wall. Step back and admire how crafty and amazing you are. It’s what I did.

Want to make an awesome bookish-themed Valentine craft this year? Why not a book page heart wreath?

If you make your own book page wreath using these instructions, share it with me on the Daily Mayo Facebook page! I would love to see your creations!

More Book Crafts

book page star tutorial

book page tree tutorial

book pumpkin tutorial