Guys. When’s the last time you made a bookmark? How come no one talks about bookmarks when they’re so cool? Maybe you’re like me and end up using a receipt or a magazine renewal postcard as a bookmark, or dog ear the page, or maybe you’ve gone completely electronic (I can’t do this. I love paper too much.)
So I get it, not everyone has a use for one of these, but still, they’ll make reading 2.5 times funner and won’t take a lot of your time to DIY. Plus they’re cute. You could even try taking it as a challenge to see what else you can slap tassels on (everything.)
I made these for this month’s PBteen DIY, the inspiration prompt being cozy fall reading and something students, or just any book lover, might want to make. See the tutorial at the PBteen blog!
PS. Any good reads lately? I’ve been slacking reeeaaallly bad on the recreational reading, which is a shame because I love it a lot. Let me know what you’re reading or any recommendations you have.
14 comments on “DIY Chunky Tassel Bookmarks”
What a cute project! I love these!!
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Thank you, Amber!
These are adorable and totally make me want to tassle something. Also, unless you want to start preparing for kiddos early, I don’t have any good book recs for you ;)
You know what, I find books about kids fascinating and totally welcome that I’ll need to learn this stuff and might as well start now. Bring it, mama.
Hello, where could I purchase these beautiful cardstocks?
Hi, Karolina! They came in a booklet called “The Gilded Paper Stack” and I’ve seen it both at Michaels and JoAnn.
I am all ready for tassels! It is such a cool project, a must try!
P.s. I am drooling over the last image…it’s Purrfect!!
Thanks for sharing with us Amy!:)
Tassels forever, indeed.
Great DIY – Love it and love the minimal photography as usual! Your blog is truly a gem !
Cant wait to see what you post next :)
Thank you so so much for the encouragement, Kristina!
So cute! What a great project!
Thanks Eden! <3
very nice & creative…:)
Very cute Amy! I love the colors that you choose too.