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Pocket Origami Bookmark

By: Shaleah from The Gold Jelly Bean

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If you love both origami and reading, then this is the perfect craft for you. Create a quick and easy Pocket Origami Bookmark for all the times that you lose your place in a book you're reading. All you need is a colorful piece of origami paper that you can transform into something handy. Bookworms will adore this simple origami tutorial that guides you through each and every fold. Paper origami may seem complicated, but when you're making an easy paper craft like this one, nothing is further from the truth.

Pocket Origami Bookmark
Pocket Origami Bookmark
This image courtesy of thegoldjellybean.com

Estimated Cost: Under $10

Time to complete: Under an hour

Primary Technique: Origami

Easy

Type of Paper Used: Origami Paper

Notes

If you enjoyed this project, be sure to check out our roundup, How to Make Origami Fun and Functional: Origami Animals, Flowers, and More, for more fabulous origami crafts.

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I tried to make something like this from plastic canvas one time. It turned out pretty but not very functional because it was too bulky and kept falling off the corners of the pages. Paper makes a lot more sense. Since I am forever losing bookmarks, this is something I need to learn so I can just make another one.

I remember making these in high school. They were a lot of fun to make and are very quick to complete. I've sent some onto pen pals in letters throughout the years as well. They make great bookmarks and do not damage the pages. They would make great stocking stuffers for the holidays!

I love these so much. A project like this would be a great introduction to the wonderful world of origami. Though, these look even easier to lose than my actual bookmarks.

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