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Time for Tea Bookmarks Project

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As an avid reader, I have a lot of bookmarks, but I also lose a lot of them as well. I will forget that I’ve tucked one inside a library book until I’ve already returned it, so now I’ve stopped buying them and instead make them using supplies I already have. These also make great gifts for the bookish people in your life and would be a great project to do with your book club.

Trace a mug or teacup template onto patterned paper, and cut out. Cut a square from the patterned paper. Adhere a string or ribbon to the mug/teacup, and then adhere the other end to the square. Embellish the tag if desired.

For this project, I used Stampington & Company's Mug and Teacup Templates that were originally featured in The Stampers' Sampler. For even more unique templates, be sure to check out Book of Templates.

Tip: Since you want the tag to stick out the top of the book, and books vary in size, you can make a few bookmarks with different lengths of ribbon or string.


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Christen Hammons is the Director of Publishing for Stampington & Company and editor-in-chief of Somerset Studio, Bella Grace, Field Guide to Everyday Magic, and GreenCraft. She lives in Orange County with her husband, two sassy cats, and one scruffy dog.

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As an avid reader, I have a lot of bookmarks, but I also lose a lot of them as well. I will forget that I’ve tucked one inside a library book until I’ve already returned it, so now I’ve stopped buying them and instead make them using supplies I already have. These also make great gifts for the bookish people in your life and would be a great project to do with your book club.

Trace a mug or teacup template onto patterned paper, and cut out. Cut a square from the patterned paper. Adhere a string or ribbon to the mug/teacup, and then adhere the other end to the square. Embellish the tag if desired.

For this project, I used Stampington & Company's Mug and Teacup Templates that were originally featured in The Stampers' Sampler. For even more unique templates, be sure to check out Book of Templates.

Tip: Since you want the tag to stick out the top of the book, and books vary in size, you can make a few bookmarks with different lengths of ribbon or string.


Project

Christen Hammons is the Director of Publishing for Stampington & Company and editor-in-chief of Somerset Studio, Bella Grace, Field Guide to Everyday Magic, and GreenCraft. She lives in Orange County with her husband, two sassy cats, and one scruffy dog.

 
Time for Tea Bookmarks Project
Time for Tea Bookmarks Project
Time for Tea Bookmarks Project

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