Index card bookmarks

This summer I’m participating in the Index Card a Day Challenge on Instagram. I’ll end up with around 60 cards when I am done so I figured out a way to use some of them for a functional purpose!

Index card bookmarks created using stencils from The Crafter's Workshop • AtopSerenityHill.comThe Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to create this project. This post also contains affiliate links. The opinions I share are solely my own.

Index card bookmarks created using stencils from The Crafter's Workshop • AtopSerenityHill.comI used only the 6×6 size stencils and a few 3×5 index cards.

Index card bookmarks created using stencils from The Crafter's Workshop • AtopSerenityHill.comFor the first layer, I applied watercolors through the following stencils: Corncob, Dutch Spring, My Sunshine, and Octogonal Lace. As you can see, I wasn’t very neat with my application but I wanted the layer to be a bit messy anyway!

Index card bookmarks created using stencils from The Crafter's Workshop • AtopSerenityHill.comI then grabbed a few NeocolorII water-soluble crayons and added in more color and marks.

Index card bookmarks created using stencils from The Crafter's Workshop • AtopSerenityHill.comThe next step was to pop all of the background colors by adding white acrylic paint on top using the Octogonal Lace, Dutch Spring, Complicated Hearts, and My Sunshine stencils, and a makeup sponge.

Index card bookmarks created using stencils from The Crafter's Workshop • AtopSerenityHill.comAfter folding the index cards in half, I stenciled on a variety of words on both sides of my bookmarks with black acrylic paint. I used the Julie’s Words, Correspondence and Have Faith stencils…they give you a ton of choices! I doodled a bit around some of my words to make them stand out more.

Index card bookmarks created using stencils from The Crafter's Workshop • AtopSerenityHill.comThe final step in creating the bookmarks was to sew around each of the cards with black thread. I had inserted a bit of sari ribbon in the tops of each card before sewing so that the thread would make it super secure. My husband has already claimed his! Which one is your favorite?

Thanks for joining me today…

Consie

The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member

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