Create 15 Minute DIY Stamped Bookmarks with just a few supplies that you probably already have in your craft stash. Easy to make with my favorite Laura Kelly Clear Stamp Sets from Therm-O-Web, and can be totally customized to focus on what you and your kiddos like to read. This post is sponsored by Therm-O-Web but the ideas and opinions are my own. Use large block letter stickers as a mask and then create a pattern with clear stamps.
DIY Stamped Bookmarks in 15 Minutes
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Here's what you need to make Stamped Bookmarks to Color:
- Laura Kelly Clear Stamp Set, Me and My Peeps from Therm-O-Web
- Sprinkle Kindness Clear Stamp Set from Laura Kelly for Therm-O-Web
- Tombow Irojetin Colored Pencils
- MONO Twin Black Permanent Marker from Tombow
- Cardstock – Kraft
- Letter Stickers – Large Block
- Archival Ink – Jet Black
- Acrylic Stamp Block
- Paper Trimmer
- Scissors – I love my Fiskars!
Here's how to create 15 Minute Stamped Bookmarks:
To begin the DIY Stamped Bookmarks to Color, gather all supplies. I love the simple stamped bookmark ideas with pops of color. Personalizing is totally easy with Laura Kelly Designs Collection from Therm-O-Web. Pick the Me and My Peeps and Sprinkle Kindness Clear Stamps that speak to you and create special bookmarks for you, your family, and friends.
Cut kraft cardstock into 2.5″ by 6″ rectangles with a paper trimmer. Select the letter stickers to spell the word you want to place on the bookmark, place them on the fabric several times to remove some of the adhesive from the back of the stickers, and then attach them, gently to the cardstock.
Place a variety of Laura Kelly Clear Stamps on a large acrylic stamp block. Ink with archival ink and stamp onto the kraft cardstock. Re-ink the stamp, pivot in a different direction, and stamp again. Repeat in a random pattern until the bookmark is full. Stamp as many full-size images as possible. Then mask off the smaller areas with scraps of paper and add sections of the stamp to the bookmark.
Outline the letter stickers with the MONO Twin Permanent Marker, using the bullet tip. This will give the bookmark extra depth and dimension.
Next is the fun step – COLORING! I love the Irojetin Colored Pencils from Tombow for coloring because the pencil tones are bright, vibrant, and come in a wide variety of fabulous colors. You can also use crayons, and markers but I like the look of the colored pencils on the kraft cardstock.
15 Minute DIY Stamped Bookmarks
I love using the Sprinkle Kindness and the Me and My Peeps Clear Stamp Sets created by Laura Kelly for Therm-O-Web. They have a wide variety of images that are perfect for tons of craft projects, cards, tags, and more!
Laura from Me and My INKlings created all of the designs for these two sets of clear stamps from Therm-O-Web. She stamped on fabric and created a tutorial for How to Use Stamps for an Embroidery Pattern. This super cute family would make the perfect gift for a new homeowner.
Want to make some art, but feel a little overwhelmed at the thought of painting something large? Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama has created her own Mini Canvas Art using acrylic paint, Laura Kelly Clear Stamps from Therm-O-Web, foil, and a mini canvas! It's a quick way to make art, and it feels so satisfying when it's complete.
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