Saturday, June 26, 2010

Origami Bookmark Tutorial

Origami Bookmark
This unique yet easy to make bookmark slides neatly on to any corner of the page and stays securely in place. One sheet of square paper is required to make it. Use the tutorial below to make your own.

Origami Bookmark
I used 6 x 6cm washi origami paper. Design creator unknown. No scissors, glue or tape used! Please check out my video; let me know what you think.

Tutorial: Origami Bookmark


34 comments:

  1. Cool, just finished 2 :) Tks
    maomaocrafts.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks for the tutorial,i am going to try this on the weekend!

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  3. This would be a great use of my pretty bits of paper I save. It really beats the large paperclips which I use now. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  4. I think I could handle making this, my girl would love to have a few :)

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  5. The whole shebang with the quality book and the elegant bookmark looks very cool!

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  6. Going to do this with my nieces on our next date They are great to customize with great paper and can have one for every book

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  7. Thanks for the video,going to try it !

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  8. I am always amazed at what you do!!

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  9. Oh, I love this one! Thanks, Deb :)

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  10. This looks like an awesome bookmark!

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  11. Cool, I'm going to try to do this on the weekend.

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  12. What a fun craft to do with my daughters!

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  13. This is so nice! I want to try this soon!

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  14. Love this bookmark! On my want to make list now!

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  15. This looks fun! My daughter loves to read and is always in need of a bookmark. Pinning this for later! :)

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  16. I think I can follow those instructions? Thank you...

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  17. I have always been looking for a way to not lose my place. This is beautiful and creative Rosanne

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  18. Thanks for the tutorial. I love it.

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  19. Lovely bookmark, I'd love to make one with children for holidays!

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  20. You make it look so easy! Beautiful Thank you for sharing!

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  21. I'm looking forward to trying this. Thanks for the instructions!

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  22. It sounds like fun.

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