It’s so easy to make these paint chip bookmarks that look like spring tulips. Kids will love this craft, and if you have old paint chips . . . it’s free!
Spring is in the air! And I am loving the warmer weather, longer days, and gorgeous budding flowers! Hi! It’s Leslie from Pink Stripey Socks! Today I have another fun bookmark craft for you inspired by this new blooming season.
These paint chip bookmarks are really easy to make – and you can use paint chips you already have leftover from another project, or ask Home Depot for the spares they are going to throw away. Either way, it’s a free craft!
Paint Chip Bookmarks
Here are the materials you’ll need:
- Paint chip samples
- Craft Knife
- Cutting Mat
- Sharpie Marker
Let’s make some flower bookmarks!
Step 1: Cut out some flower heads from paint chips. (I made mine around 2 inches wide.)
Step 2: Cut out some green rectangles from paint chips. (I made mine around 2 inches by 3 inches.)
Step 3: Make cutouts in your green rectangle similar to the ones seen in the photo. (The shaded areas mark the areas that need to be cut out. I used scissors and a craft knife.)
Step 4: Tape your flower head to the top of your stem.
And you’re all set! You’ve got yourself some cute and springy bookmarks! You can keep them as is, or use a Sharpie to add faces and extra cute details.
Hope you have fun making these paint chip bookmarks! I just think they’re adorable! If you’re looking for more kid-friendly springtime crafts, check out my blog Pink Stripey Socks for great ideas like the ones below!
- Hyper Colorful Paper Plate Flowers
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Happy making, friends!