Bookmark { Felt Heart } – How to make a bookmark

Gorgeous Felt Heart Bookmark that you can make for your loved one. Perfect Valentine Bookmark Craft to make with your children. Would you like to know how to create one too? Check out the tutorial below on how to make a heart bookmark. It’s easy and cute!

Bookmark { Felt Heart }

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It’s cute right? I created this felt heart bookmark with the same steps I used for the Felt Ribbon Bookmark. It’s quite simple to make and you only need a few supplies. What’s even more fun, is that you can easily have your children join and create some bookmarks too.

How to make a bookmark:
(please note that the images for the tutorial are based on the original tutorial. I did not use a smaller felt piece after all, I opted to just put a button on it, however.. if I would have, the hearts would have looked exactly like the Valentine Felt Heart Clip I made last year)

Supplies:
– Felt
– Ribbon
– Embroidery Thread
– Buttons
– Paper
– Scissors
– Needle
– Glue gun

Step #1: Take out the supplies you will need . Step #2: Take out your piece of paper. Cut out one large heart and one small heart. Step #3: Place the large heart on one of your pieces of felt. Cut around the paper heart to create a felt heart. (Do this step twice.)  Step #4: Once you have your large hearts, thread some embroidery thread around them. (This is for decoration). Step #5: Place your small paper heart on a different piece of felt and cut out the heart. (Do this step twice.) Step #6: Sew the little felt hearts onto the large felt hearts with some embroidery thread. Step #7: Cut the ribbon the length you want it and place it underneath your large felt hearts. Place a button on the top of your little hearts and sew the button and ribbon onto the felt hearts. Step #8: Cut two squares pieces of felt. (Make sure they are bigger than your big hearts). Step #9: Use your glue gun to glue the felt hearts onto the square pieces of felt. Step #10: Cut around the large hearts. (Your square felt will turn into a matching hearts).

How to make a bookmark(the images above are based on the original bookmark tutorial)

And voilà, you have yourself a beautiful felt heart bookmark:

Bookmark

Bookmark

Bookmark

Bookmark

I’m really happy with how it turned out. I’ll be making at least one more so that I can offer one to each of my daughters. I may even make one in more ”manly” colors so that I can give one to my husband too. Perhaps I’ll make it navy and light blue. What do you think? Any suggestions?

If you are looking for more Valentine Tutorials (Valentine Craft Ideas) you should check out these links: Valentine Cards Free Printable, Valentine Cookies, Valentine Decorations and Valentine Banners.

Have a FABULOUS day!

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56 thoughts on “Bookmark { Felt Heart } – How to make a bookmark

  1. It’s SO cute! And they looks really adorable both of your version :-) Maybe Grey and white, or maybe spring green with blue and white. Or black and Grey with white. Oh Christine, it’s tempting just to make one in each colour and combi! Thank you for the idea and have a beautiful weekend!

  2. Thank you for linking up at Craft, Create & Inspire last weekend !

    Your awesome project is featured this weekend !!

    Hope you can join us again @ Polkadot pretties

    Claire x

  3. Christine, these would be such a fun and pretty “learn to embroider/sew” project. I think many girls would love making and receiving these! Thanks for sharing at the Loving Valentine’s Day Party!

    Marilyn

  4. These are really cute. I made the paper clip ones last year for a few people. I really like the addition of the button here. I am a little confused about the instructions using a large heart and a small heart. They look the same in the picture. Am I missing something

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