Cool Paper Heart Bookmark


This is a quick little paper heart bookmark project which is easy to make. You can send these heart shaped bookmarks to someone special on Valentine’s Day. Are you looking for a fun way to decorate your books or mark pages in them? Then look no further than this blog post!

In it, I will teach how to make a simple but beautiful heart-shaped bookmark using only the paper from one sheet of notebook paper and about two minutes of time. Best of all, it’s perfect for adults and kids.

Paper Heart Bookmark

Supplies Needed

  • Paper

Step One

You will require a square paper. I used 5″x 5″ square paper.

Step Two

Fold in half and cut it. We need a rectangle.

Step Three

Fold the rectangle in half lengthwise.

Step Four

Then fold it in half width-wise and open again.

You can see crease in the center.

Step Five

Now fold one side up at a 45 degree angle, make sure edge aligns with the center.

Do it with the other side.

Step Six

Turn the paper over and fold the top downward, about 0.5cm.

Step Seven

Fold in the corners to form a heart shape.

Use this as a bookmark. The little pocket at the bottom can fit over page corners.

Paper Heart Bookmarks are the perfect gift for any reader. They’re handmade with love and can be customized to say whatever you want them to say. So, if you know someone who loves reading or has a birthday coming up soon, this might just be your answer!

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