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What's that hanging out over your book? Whimsical long arms make these clever bookmarks stand out on any page!
How many times have you wanted to find where you left off in a book? Instead of bending down corners of pages, make a bookmark that's about the book! This one hangs from the page.
Who's the main character of a book you're reading? You could make your bookmark look like that character. Or show an animal from the book. On a recycled file folder, draw a long rectangle with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils.
On the top third of the rectangle, draw the character's hands and arms. Draw the character's shoulders and head above the rectangle-this is the part that hangs out of your book.
With Crayola Scissors, cut out the figure. Release arms from the rectangle by cutting along their sides.
With Crayola Washable Markers, color in and draw details on your bookmark. Use your imagination to show what your character looks like.
Hang your bookmark with its arms over the front of the page where you stopped reading.
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Oil and water don’t mix? Well, neither does Crayola® Color Sticks and Watercolor Paints. Make a unique bookmark using a
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