mother’s day bookmarks.



i have to admit this great idea is not mine, but i found it HERE. i was looking for something pretty straightforward to make, but something that would also melt the hearts of the kids’ grandma and mummo.

here’s what i did...
i chose a few pictures of the kids that i thought were cute, heart melting and characteristic of each kids personality. got the pictures printed, brought them home, gathered my supplies and got to work.


first, i chose a photo and started to cut around the kids silhouette pretty closely.Β 


then using a glue stick i glued the photo to white card stock and had the kids draw on the back of their own photos. i wrote the year on the back, in case we ever do this project again.


then using clear laminant in a roll (whih i bought from our michael’s), i laminated each picture on both sides. i pressed down hard and used a ruler a few times to get all the air out.Β 


i cut around again, but this time leaving a wee margin of laminant plastic, about 5mm.


then i punched a hole into the laminated photo, crocheted a quick rope and tied it on.


they looked AMAZING and each gran was super smiley once they’re gifts had been opened!


this is such a fun and easy craft to make and it was made better by involving the kids.Β 
hey, father’s day is coming up next month!!!

and finally, my mother’s day locket; look at my beautiful boys!


see you tomorrow!

xo, mama lola
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Comments

  1. says

    Thosse are GREAT keepsakes. I love the idea. I made stamped book marks all the time, and am loving the personal touch of the pictures. Great that you put the year on them…I am sure they loved these.

    • says

      the grans were delighted with their bookmarks. so much so, that i think the grandpa’s were feeling kinda jealous! will have to come up with something just as cute for them!

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