Souvenir Bag Bookmarks

souvenir bag bookmarks

Just a craft quicky for today!

My daughter came back from her super-fabulous trip to France with a stack of tiny bags from souvenir shops from buying postcards and small souvenirs. Instead of tossing the bags, or leaving them in a drawer to collect dust, we decided to turn them into bookmarks for bonus souvenirs!

We used a glue stick to attach different pieces of the bags together (fronts, backs, etc.) and I trimmed them to the size we wanted with the rotary cutter I keep for cutting paper (great for blades too dull for fabric!).

Then, I used my Scotch Thermal  Laminator and 5mm pouches to laminate the bookmarks. With 5″ x 7″ pouches, we were able to get laminate two at at time. I cut each one out using my rotary cutter. Super simple!

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9 thoughts on “Souvenir Bag Bookmarks

  1. Marsha

    I love this idea! It’s simple yet a great way to have a few remembrances from a trip. I have no laminator but I think the self laminating sheets would do the trick just as well. I’m off to buy some laminating sheets and find out! Thank you for a clever idea.

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