DIY Bookmarks.

I’m a type of person who feels really bad just by folding a page of any (story) books. They are literally like my treasure and I take care of them with all of my heart! Moreover, me having a very bad memory can never remember the page I left off the day before and I end up reading three pages all over, again. So, I usually make some DIY bookmarks!  As my last bookmarks got really old I thought of making some new ones and do a small tutorial on it! I won’t be explaining all of the bookmarks I did, I’ll just explain the base of each bookmark and then give some ideas to decorate them!

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Please excuse the quality of first few pictures, there was something wrong with the camera.


  1. Water Color Paper
  2. Washi Tape
  3. Water Color
  4. Painting Brushes


  1. First stick the washi tapes across the paper, make sure the sizes of each rectangle are suitable for a bookmark. Processed with VSCO with  preset
  2. Paint one rectangle at a time.

Processed with VSCO with  presetFor getting the watery look, first wet the small rectangle section with a paintbrush, then add splashes of color and blend them well.  Don’t use too much water or your page may get really thin and the color may get dull. Paint in whatever color or pattern you want, just stick with a definite color palette for each rectangle or they can end up being just a  clutter of some green and dark brown color.Processed with VSCO with  preset

  1. Then Peel off all the Washi tape and cut the rectangles with scissors. Keep a good amount of white edge for each bookmark then trim it off.Processed with VSCO with  preset
  2. Decorate in any way you want!Processed with VSCO with  preset


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  2. Geometric Lines withProcessed with VSCO with  preset
  3. Or just go creative, do whatever comes to your mind.Processed with VSCO with  preset

That’s it I hope you enjoyed and it helped!

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