Do you like reading? Like, physical books. Not just ebooks. Me too. I also keep a planner to help with organization. That’s why I love the idea of these magnetic bookmarks. Especially since they’re easy DIYs.
Regular, rectangular bookmarks are great, but sometimes they fall out, or it’s difficult to find them in the pages. The magnetic bookmarks are easy to find because they wrap around the top or side of the pages. They won’t fall out either since the magnets hold them in place.
So, if you are interested in something different to help with your page marking and organization, follow along with the tutorial below to make your own.
Materials needed to make magnetic bookmarks
scrapbook paper/ribbon/Washi Tape
Step 1: Cup strips of cardstock
Cut a few strips of cardstock (for however many bookmarks you want to make).
They should be about 2-3″ tall and 4-5″ wide.
Step 2: fold the cardstock in half
Fold one of the cardstock strips in half.
Step 3: decorate
Measure your cardstock and cut a piece of scrapbook paper to the same size.
Glue it to the cardstock.
Step 4: make it magnetic
Cut the magnets to size and glue them onto the bookmark: one on each side.
Make all kinds of magnetic bookmarks! Use scrapbook paper, ribbon, Washi Tape…. whatever you like decorate yours.
They’re great because they fit over several pages so I can bookmark 2 pages at once. Or use more than one to bookmark a few pages.
Use them for planner organization too! I know there are a good many of you who are planner users and bullet journalers who would appreciate these.
I’d love to hear what you think! Leave your thoughts in the comments below.