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Watercolor Magnetic Bookmarks

I told Lynn that I make magnetic watercolor bookmarks and offered to upload some photos.  Most that I made were given away - these are the 3 that are actively saving places in the books that I am reading.

This is how they fit over a page when the magnet holds the bookmark in place and a scan of the magnet side of the bookmark on the right. I cut the magnetic strips just slightly narrower than the width of the bookmark.


Here are the designs on the right side of the bookmark - which are folded in half after painting.  I use 140 lb cold press watercolor paper and Winsor-Newton watercolor paints.  On the back side I glue on cut pieces of a self-adhesive magnetic strip as depicted above.  The final size of the cut paper for these 3 is 1 3/4 by 7 1/2 inches.




These are great, Shirley. I love the colorful designs, and the idea is excellent.

Great idea - thank you for sharing it. Christmas presents 'sorted' now :)

VERY CLEVER as well as beautiful!!!

Shirley, thank you so much for posting these. They are simply beautiful. I will definately give this a try. I appreciate you sharing your technique.

Lovely idea and beautiful designs, Shirley.

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