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  • Liz Smith Lawrence

    Felt heart bookmark Valentine cards.

  • Artful Ends

    Homemade Valentines Gifts

  • Lisa Defibaugh

    Stitched Heart Bookmarks & other valentine ideas

  • Heather Pitts

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  • Lynn Hampton Jackson

    In time for Valentine’s day, I have come up with the perfect gift to give to all the book lovers in your life. Supplies: -felt -white embroidery thread -paperclips -hot glue gun -scissors -fabric marking pen They are really easy and quick to make. Read on to see how I made these sweet little bookmarks. Start by drawing your shape onto felt. To help keep the felt in place while cutting, use a straight pin to stabilize the two pieces. Now that your felt hearts are cut out, it is time to stitch. Stitch a running stitch along the perimeter of the heart. It is the simplest stitch – just up and down through the felt. Once you stitch all the way around, you can secure your thread by running your needle along the very top of the felt, pulling though and cutting off the excess. You will be gluing the heart down with hot glue, so you don’t have to worry about this string coming out. Now that the stitching is done, you can glue the bookmark together. Put a small dot of glue on your plain heart and glue down the paperclip. Add more hot glue over the surface of the plain heart, and very lightly press your stitched heart down on top. If you smash the two hearts togeth

  • Payton Anderson

    homemade valentines day cards!

  • Anna Neville

    Homemade Valentine Cards: Stitched Heart Bookmarks

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