How to make a Book Marker

It happens like every morning.

The same thing.

I am reading my Bible and decide that I will read 'this' book of the Bible.

And then I will fold some paper together and make a little book marker.

I will use that folded piece of paper for awhile and for some reason or another that paper will disappear.

...probably from my Bible traveling from my purse to the church to back to my purse.

And then the process starts all over again.

...I will need another book marker.

The other day I decided to make a few book markers for an event coming up on Sunday.

Since I started this Good Artbox blog, I have accumulated my share of markers and various kinds of paper.

One type of paper that I have is cardstock paper.

I use cardstock paper to make cards that I give to my family for different holidays.

You can use any type of paper that you want but I chose to go with cardstock paper because it is a bit heavier than regular paper.

What you will need to make a super simple book marker of your own is:

Paper (cardstock paper)
Clear Packaging Tape

I used copic markers because I love them.

Decide what size that you want your book marker.

Using a ruler and pencil, trace the size that you want.


Decorate with markers.

Use the packaging tape to cover the book marker.  This is like laminating without the big machine.

Cut the loose ends of the tape.

Be sure to put tape on the back of the book marker to ensure your entire book marker is "laminated".


Your very own unique book marker.
Do you have a lot of book markers on hand?

Have you ever created your own book marker?

Let me know in the comment section below!

This is the book of the generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him;  -Genesis 5:1

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