Easy Ribbon Corner Bookmarks!

Hi Friends! Here is a craft that will delight the readers in your life AND make great use of the beautiful ribbon in your stash!

DCF 1.0

Supplies (Ribbon by Offray):

DCF 1.0

  1.  Cut a strip of cardstock the same width of your ribbon by 2x the width long. My ribbon is 1 1/2” wide so my cardstock is 1 1/2”x3”. Fold both corners to the middle as shown.
  2. Cut a triangle of cardstock to fit the inside of the bookmark.
  3. Cut a ribbon 1” longer than your card-stock strip.
  4. Adhere the ribbon to the front of the strip, flip it and glue down the ends as shown.
  5. Fold up the bookmark and glue the cardstock triangle to the inside securing the back flaps.

DCF 1.0

If you want to share this idea with your friends I made directions you can pin on Pinterest. There is a handy Pinterest sharing link at the bottom of the post too. Not only can you help your friends make fun and easy crafts but it helps my blog too, so thanks!


Thanks to the fine folks at Offray for sponsoring this post. They have been busy adding many new ribbons to their website so you can find exactly the ribbons you want in the quantities you need (no driving to the store to find out they don’t have what you want for your project.) Use the coupon code FRUGAL15 to get 15% off your order at Offray.com. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

*Details: Use FRUGAL15 during checkout on Offray.com to receive 15% off one order. Offer expires 11:59 PM eastern time on February 28, 2015. Discount excludes applicable tax and shipping costs. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Discount cannot be applied to previous purchases. Subject to change or cancellation without notice. Other restrictions may apply.

7 Responses

  1. Pretty bookmarks. Hope you have a nice Valentine’s Day !!! And stay warm.


  2. They look awesome!


  3. Fantastic, and since I love reading I know I’ll be making some. Thank you Lindsay

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  4. I didn’t know Offray had a website. I like their ribbon and that a lot of it is still made in the USA. Thanks for the coupon code.


  5. These are so cute, I just love them!!! But am I the only one who is having trouble understanding the directions? A video tut on this would be awesome if you ever get the chance. I’ll try to make it later with the written directions and see if I can follow along and figure it out. Thank you for such a cute bookmark idea!


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