Ah, reading. It’s one of my favorite past times, but now more than ever. There’s nothing like a good book to help take your mind off of the stressful things going on in the world. And while I know a lot of us are finding ways to pass the time and conserve our resources right now, I also know that adding a little something-something to our daily routine goes a looong way. So, if you’re like me and my kiddos, looking for something to do, I’ve got just the thing: free printable bookmarks.
How do I make printable bookmarks?
Not only is this an activity that kids of all ages will appreciate, but it’s also a pretty practical idea. My advice? Print these on heavier paper – like cardstock – so they don’t bend and warp. Then, let your kids have at these printable bookmarks with markers, colored pencils, or crayons. (Bonus points if you use the time to take a much-needed moment for yourself.) You can also laminate them, even if you don’t own an actual laminator. How cool is that?
How do I create a custom bookmark?
There are several websites that offer custom bookmark creation. Canva has a really nice free bookmark maker where you can use templates and graphics to make really cute bookmarks.
Printable Bookmark Designs
Watercolor Bookmarks (Printable) from Almost Makes Perfect
Free Printable Bookmarks with Quotes from The Cottage Market
Patterned Bookmarks (Printable) from Alice & Lois
Cute Printable Bookmarks from All Things Thrifty
Free Printable Bookmarks to Color
Free Printable Bookmarks to Color from Hannah Nilsson Design
Beauty and the Beast Coloring Page Bookmarks from Cutesy Crafts
Farm Animal Bookmarks to Color from Sunny Day Family
Seaside Bookmarks (Printable) to Color from What We Do All Day
Printable Bookmarks for Kids
Harry Potter Bookmarks (Printable) from Sisters, What!
Woodland Animal Printable Bookmarks from Crafting Cheerfully
Star Wars Bookmarks (Printable) from Our Handcrafted Life
Hedgehog Printable Bookmark from Easy Peasy and Fun
Animal Printable Bookmark Designs from Artsy Craftsy Mom
Now that you’ve printed your bookmarks, settle in with a good book and relax. Read any good books lately? Comment down below and share your book recommendations – heavens knows I could use a few ideas on what to read next! Also take a look at these fun tween and teen craft ideas!
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