What is a bunny without its carrot?
Last week I made this cute bunny bookmark, so today I decided to make this carrot corner bookmark to go with it.
You can include both printable templates in your child’s Easter basket. They will be wonderful non-candy treats that can turn into a fun craft to keep your kids entertained even longer. And in the end, they can keep using these bookmarks in their daily readings.
These bookmarks also help develop cutting skills and fine motor skills, which makes them perfect for preschoolers (with a little help) and older children.
Easy, inexpensive, and useful! What else could you ask for?
Ready to add these adorable bookmarks to your reading collection?
How to make an origami carrot corner bookmark
As always, I included a step by step tutorial with the folding instructions and a video that you can watch if you need to clear up a particular step.
To make the bookmarks, you will need materials that you might already have at home, such as:
- Glue Stick
And our Printable Carrot Bookmark Template that you can find at the end of the post.
Let’s hop into the folding tutorial!
How to make a carrot corner bookmark – Tutorial
- Print your carrot bookmark template and cut it out.
- Take the square paper and fold it into a triangle making sure the carrot stays on top.
- Turn the triangle over.
- Fold the top corner down to the bottom (only the top layer).
- Fold the left and right corners of the triangle up to the top corner.
- Tuck both flaps into the pocket and flatten your bookmark.
- Glue the leaves behind the pocket.
The carrot corner bookmark is now completed, now it’s your turn to make your own. I’m rooting for you!
How to make a carrot bookmark – Video
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Carrot Bookmark Template
You can make these carrot corner bookmarks along with 3 others (Bunny, Chick, & Lamb) by getting our Easter bookmark templates.
Click the link below to check them out.