Harry Potter Felt Bookmark with a FREE Pattern Sheet
It's hard to believe that Harry Potter is middle-aged. I love to read and was excited to be able to read this book series with my nieces and nephews, over and over again when they were young. Reading has always been an important part of my life and I enjoy passing along this particular love to my favorite kiddos. I've created a Harry Potter Felt Bookmark with a FREE Printable Pattern Sheet, so you can create some valuable family time with your kiddos within the pages of a BOOK!
Create a Harry Potter Felt Bookmark
This week I am excited to be participating in Creative Crafts – Harry Potter Edition with my crafty friends Laura from Me and My Inklings and Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama. Featuring MAGICAL craft projects each day this week from some of the most talented designers I know. Check out my tutorial, then scroll to the bottom, follow the link to see all the creativity, AND stop back each day this week to see all the Harry Potter creativity!
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Here's what you need to make a Harry Potter Bookmark:
- Kunin Classic Felt Craft Cuts 9″ by 12″ – Cream, Gold, Ruby, Walnut
- Tombow MONO Multi Liquid Glue – Fine Tip
- MONOTWIN Permanent Marker from Tombow
- Dimensional Fabric Paint – Black
- Glitter Glue – Gold
- Scissors – Fiskars are my favorite!
- Printer – Love my Canon Pixma!
- Harry Potter Felt Bookmark Patterns – download below ⇓
Here's how to create the Easiest Harry Potter Bookmark:
To begin the Harry Potter felt bookmark, download patterns (BELOW ⇓), print them, and then cut them out with scissors. Trace patterns on the Cream, Gold, Ruby, and Walnut Kunin Classic Felt with the MONO Twin Permanent Marker according to the directions included on the pattern sheet. I love drawing and tracing with the MONO Twin Permanent Marker from Tombow because it has a large bullet tip and a small extra fine tip.
Fringe a one-inch section at the bottom of the Ruby Kunin Felt rectangular-shaped scarf piece with scissors by cutting narrow strips across the width.
Using the fine tip end of the MONO Multi Liquid Glue, attach Harry's Walnut Felt hair to the top of one of the Cream Felt circles. This will become his head. The fine tip applicator on the MONO Multi is perfect for detailed glue application.
Glue both Cream Felt circle head patterns to the front and back of the top of the Ruby Felt rectangle scarf, creating a sandwich. Overlap approximately one-half-inch.
Attach the Gold Felt rectangles to the scarf with MONO Multi Liquid Glue. Overlap the first Gold Felt rectangle on the bottom of Harry’s chin, and then leave ¾” Ruby Felt sections between each of the five remaining gold rectangles.
Carefully draw glasses on Harry’s face with black dimensional fabric paint. Create two circles and then draw a curved line attaching the circles together. Set aside to let the paint dry. Make sure to test the glitter glue on a paper towel or scrap piece of paper first to get the flow going.
Draw Harry’s lightning bolt scar on his forehead with gold glitter glue. Set aside to let glitter glue dry. Use the point of a toothpick to drag the ends of the lightning bolt to points.
More Harry Potter Crafts All Week Long!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Harry Potter! Create a Harry Potter Felt Bookmark in just about 30 minutes to celebrate this son of the House of Gryffindor. Head over to Laura's website Me and my Inklings to check out ALL of the fun crafts for day one of Creative Crafts – Harry Potter Edition!
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Too busy to make this Harry Potter Felt Bookmark right now? Pin it for later! I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready. Create this quick and easy Harry Potter felt bookmark with a FREE Pattern Sheet. Then share the wonderful experience of reading with YOUR kiddos!
I'd love to hear what you think about this project, or if you want to know more about Harry Potter. If you've made your own Kunin Felt projects, I would love to see your creations! Share them on Instagram, and Facebook, or leave a comment/photo on the project pin on Pinterest! #CreativelyBeth
I have more Harry Potter inspiration sprinkled throughout my website. Check out my post A Trio of Harry Potter Hand-Lettered Quotes with Tombow Dual Brush Pens.
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12 thoughts on “Harry Potter Felt Bookmark with a FREE Pattern Sheet”
This is so stinking cute. I want it. Can I please buy it? XO
Thanks, Laura! Absolutely!! 🙂
Beth with the kiddos at home for the summer we need to give them something to do. This is a perfect craft for them to make. My daughter made me a book mark when she was little, to this day I still use it and think of her. I love this idea and your tutorial is so easy to follow. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Terrie! Yes, it’s super important to me to get the kiddos reading!
This is simply adorable Beth…will have to try this with the grandlittles!
Thanks, Ann! Super easy, too with limited supplies 🙂
This has been my favorite of all the ones this week!! So so cute!!
YAY!! Thank you so much for the sweet messages! 🙂
What a lovely idea for any Potter fan! SO cute!
Absolutely adorable in its simplicity!
Thanks, Lisa!! 🙂