This cute summer paper craft for fruit slice corner bookmarks is so much fun! These sweet DIY bookmarks are perfect for summer reading.
Bookmarks can be expensive things, especially when you tend to lose them often. Standard shaped bookmarks get pretty boring too.
Try making your own bookmarks – with just a square of paper and a little origami, you can make your own vibrant and fun bookmarks that fit right over the corner of your page.
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Fruit Slice Corner Bookmarks
List of Supplies:
- Colored craft papers
- Craft glue
- printable template
Take a square paper (8 inches x 8 inches at least).
Fold the square paper into half diagonally. This will form a 2 layers of triangle shapes on the folded paper.
Step – 3:
Grab the top corner of the top layer triangle and fold it into half, towards the bottom edge of the triangle. This will form a pocket between the 2 layers of the fold.
Step – 4:
Fold up the left corner of the triangle and matching it with the top corner.
Step – 5:
Similarly fold up the right corner of the triangle, once again, matching it with the top corner.
Step – 6:
Now fold in half of the folded-up parts into the pocket created in step 3.
Step – 7:
Fold both sides similarly to complete the origami corner bookmark.
Step – 8:
Prepare template patterns and select colored craft papers for the fruits.
Trace the patterns on the selected papers and cut them out nicely.
For the watermelon bookmark, trace the large pattern on green, medium pattern on white and small pattern on pink colored craft paper.
Trace the seeds (small teardrop shapes) on black craft paper.
Step – 9:
Attach the seed cutouts on the pink paper cutout.
Step – 10:
Attach the pink cutout on the white cutout by levelling the straight ends of both patterns.
Step – 11:
Attach the white cutout on the green cutout, once again make sure to level the straight ends of both patterns.
Step – 12:
Take the bookmark and attach the watermelon on the triangle side of the bookmark. Match the straight ends of the paper fruit and the bookmark.