Today I am sharing this super cute tutorial to show you how to make an origami corner bookmark. We love reading here on Craft Play Learn and enjoy sharing both book lists for kids along with book themed crafts and bookmark crafts.
Today’s corner bookmark tutorial is Bunny themed and you can download the free template at the end of the post! Enjoy! Don’t forget to check out more DIY corner bookmark ideas here!
Origami Bunny Corner Bookmark
Here are the supplies you will need for this bunny themed corner bookmark project.
- Origami Craft Paper.
How To Make An Origami Corner Bookmark
Here are your origami corner bookmark instructions.
Take an origami craft paper. The paper must be square.
Bring the top corner of the paper towards the bottom corner and fold It in the middle.
This will create a triangle.
Now take the top flap of the triangle and bring it upwards.
Place the point of the paper on the middle of the base of the triangle, them fold it there.
Now take the right point of the triangle and bring it downwards to the bottom point of the triangle.
Similarly, bring the left side of the triangle downwards to the bottom point.
This will create a diamond shape.
Tuck in both of the top flaps inside the upper pocket we created on STEP:3.
Creating Your Bunny Corner Bookmark
Use the PDF template to cut out the bunny’s ears, teeth and nose.
Glue the ears on two sides of the bookmark,
Then glue the nose on the middle of the bookmark (where the pocket ends).
Then use a marker pen to draw the eyes and whiskers of the bunny,
Your Origami bookmark is now ready to use! Enjoy!
Download Your Free Bunny Bookmark Template Here!
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