Easy 10 Minute Valentine Bookmark Tutorial!

I’m sharing an easy tutorial today friends! This Valentine Bookmark is perfect for kids to make and can be made in bulk to gift to classmates!

This is an easy Craft idea for Valentine’s Day, and I totally love how these DIY bookmarks look exactly like the flower emoji 🙂

valentine bookmark heart emoji

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What you will need:

  • Cardstock- In two colors at least. One color for the flower, and the other preferably green, for the bookmark.
  • Adhesive- something kid friendly like a white glue or glue stick
  • Heart punch- I used this heart punch to create all those paper hearts. If you have an electronic die cut machine, you can use that too to cut out a sheet of hearts.
  • If you don’t have a heart punch of die cut machine- just grab a sheet of heart stickers or a bag of foam heart stickers like these instead!
  • Some paper scraps to cut out the center circles.

Step by step Valentine Bookmark how to

Easy step by step tutorial for a Valentine Bookmark

Total Time: 10 minutes

First, you will need to punch out your paper heart shapes. For one bookmark, you will need- two green heart shapes and 5 flower colored hearts.
As you can see, I punched out a whole lot of hearts. My kids and I assembled about 50 bookmarks, enough to gift Valentines for their entire classes. heart paper punch

Cut a strip of green cardstock to measure 1 inch by 8 inches. Onto this adhere two green heart leaves using adhesive.

Cut a rough circle from pink cardstock, adhere 5 pink hearts around it to make a flower. Add a smaller dark circle to the center.

Adhere Flower to bookmark. Add “Happy Valentine’s day” using a black marker.
valentine bookmark craft

Check out all of the DIY Bookmark tutorials I have on my blog!

valentine bookmark heart

In our house, bookmarks are a big hit always! We all love to read, especially my kids, and having pretty bookmarks just makes it that much more fun! Our kids enjoyed this Valentine Bookmark and hope you will too!

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  1. Love that you used a heart punch to create the flowers and leaves, Smitha! Thanks for joining in the Creative Crafts FUN!

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