I just can’t get enough of this beautiful adhesive paper! I used more of it to make a few pretty bookmarks. Your kids can make these DIY Cricut adhesive paper bookmarks themselves to hold their places in all of their summer reads.
DIY CRICUT ADHESIVE PAPER BOOKMARKS
WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE BOOKMARKS WITH THE CRICUT JOY
You can make this project with two layers of cardstock and glue, but the Cricut adhesive paper makes this project SO EASY!
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DOWNLOAD THE FREE SVG FILE
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HOW TO USE CRICUT ADHESIVE PAPER TO MAKE BOOKMARKS
Cricut Adhesive Paper Bookmarks
- Upload the SVG to Cricut Design Space.
- Resize the design to the size you would like.
- Ungroup the design and change the color of the blank bookmarks so they will cut on a separate mat.
- Select On Mat from the Load Type page.
- In Design Space, select your Cricut Joy machine.
- Select cardstock from the materials list.
You will have to change the settings for each material.
- Set the design to cut using your Cricut Joy.
- Place the cardstock on a Cricut Joy mat.
- Load the mat into the Cricut Joy.
- Click Go and let the Joy cut out the design.
- Unload the mat and weed away any excess cardstock.
- Repeat steps 6-11 for the adhesive paper.
CREATING THE TASSELED BOOKMARKS
Once the cardstock and adhesive paper are weeded, you should be able to align the adhesive paper right on top of the cardstock.
Carefully feed the skein of embroidery floss through the hole in the bookmark. You should have a small loop on one side of the bookmark.
Feed the rest of the skein through that loop and pull tight.
Trim the end of the floss to create a pretty tassel that can hang out of the end of your book.