Monday, 19 August 2019

Back to School Book Marks~Bostik Challenge August


The children's summer holidays are almost over and its time for preparations for going back to school. We received the Bostik box and the challenge for the month of August was back to School using the Bostik Micro Dots.

My little crafting buddy Little M and I made the Bostik bookmarks to help her mark her page in her reading book. She made one for her self and one for her little brother.

Equipment you will need for the bookmarks:


1 sheet A4 card any colour of your choice
Scissors
pencil
Ruler
Felt tip pens or colour pencils
Bostik Micro Dots


How to Make the Bookmarks:


1. Using your ruler and pencil cut out a rectangle 12 cm x 18 cm
2. Along the short side divide the rectangle in to three 4 cm parts and draw a line with your pencil
3. Carefully fold and score along these lines. take the microdot sheet and cut it to the same size as the card. Add the Micro dots as shown in pic 4 on one side of the folded card and stick the fold down. You will now have a long rectangle measuring 4cm x 18 cm
4.Mark three cm from  the top edge and draw a pencil point and cut it out.


5. Draw a point for the lead
6. Colour in the pencil point.


7. Decorate the book mark any way you like. You can either stick flowers, beads or cut outs using the microdots to decorate your bookmarks or decorate with felt tip pens to your liking.We chose to add both Little M and her brothers names.


Book marks are ready to use.
You may like other  Bostik craft posts:

This craft is suitable for young children although, adult supervision may be required for using scissors and stapler. If you like this project check the link below for more art and craft projects, that you can do with your children.

Kids Arts and Craft Videos
Kids Arts and Crafts Projects 


Being part of the Bostik 2019 bloggers with Tots100 and Bostik, I was sent some craft items in a box to create this project.


11 comments:

  1. What a great way to get the family involved in crafting together. My stepson is really into reading right now so I think that this is a craft that we could all enjoy together xxx

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  2. Oh these are brilliant, going to give them a go on the weekend with the twins, thanks.

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  3. Cute pencil bookmarks.. I will share with my grand daughters.

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  4. Fun bookmarks, a great craft idea to enjoy with kids. Easy and doable.

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  5. What a fab idea! Very creative. This will be super useful for my eldest daughter that keeps forgetting to bookmark her books. Thanks for the idea.

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  6. This is a great idea! They're cute and can be easily personalized, plus they're useful.

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  7. Always useful to make loads of these. There always seem to be so many books at school!

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  8. I can't believe it's time to go back to school already. Those are super cute bookmarks, and look easy enough to make too.

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  9. I've never seen the Microdots before but they sound fab. I love the bookmarks!

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  10. These are so cute and relatively easy to make too

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  11. I am loving this, we do love a good bit of stationary in our house for sure. Also like to keep things organised x

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