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NINE ORIGAMI BOOKMARKS

These nine origami bookmarks can make an amazing gift for book lovers, with designs suitable for any personality! 

Origami Bookmarks Origami Bookmarks

Cat:

Cats are renowned for their independence and are seen in many cultures as being able to bring good fortune. 

Designed by Jo Nakashima - you can watch the tutorial here.

Origami Heart Bookmark Origami Heart Bookmark

Easy Corner Heart:

This easy to make heart would make a perfect little gift for Valentines Day or Mothers Day. 

You can watch the tutorial here.

Origami Bulldog Bookmark Origami Bulldog Bookmark

Bulldog:

Mans best friend here to help keep your book place.

Designed by Christine Edison - you can watch the video tutorial here.

Origami Pencil Bookmark Origami Pencil Bookmark

Pencil:

Super cute and easy pencil bookmark. 

Origami Elephant Bookmark Origami Elephant Bookmark

Advanced Elephant:

We made this sleek elephant bookmark using holographic textured paper that reflects off the light. Available to purchase in washi paper designs here!

Designed by Anh Dao - you can watch the video tutorial here.

Origami Crane Bookmark Origami Crane Bookmark

Crane: 

The crane has been a symbol of happiness and eternal youth. In Japanese tradition, cranes were the most familiar birds and they stand for good fortune and longevity because of its fabled life span of a thousand years. 

Designed by Jo Nakashima - you can watch the video tutorial here.

Origami Elephant Bookmark Origami Elephant Bookmark

Elephant:

This easy elephant bookmark design is great for kids to make!

Designed by Jo Nakashima - you can watch the video tutorial here.

Origami Corner Triangle Bookmark Origami Corner Triangle Bookmark

Corner Triangle:

This easy corner triangle bookmark can be folded in different ways to your desired effect. 

Origami Samurai Helmet Origami Samurai Helmet

Easy Samurai Helmet:

This is a traditional Japanese bookmark that's super easy to make, it's great for kids. You can even use a large sheet of paper to make this into a hat!

You can watch the video tutorial here.


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