Jelly Bookmark

by Samantha

Jelly Bookmark

Jelly Bookmark

Jelly bookmarks are easy and fun to make!

Things Needed:

  • Elmer's wet glue

  • washable markers

  • tooth pick

  • rectangular shape container

  • First, you want to use your washable markers, and color the bottom of the container what every color, or colors you want. (Make sure that you use washable markers because if you don't your container will get ruined). Then take your Elmer's wet glue and pour it in the container over the marker colors, ad thick or thin as you want it to be. Then let it dry for at least 24 hours. It depends though how much glue you use because a thick layer takes longer to dry, where as a thin layer takes about 24 hours. You should try to touch it with a toothpick to see if it is hard or if it is still kind of wet. You will know its dry when the tooth pick doesn't go into it.

    That is how you make a jelly bookmark!

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    Dec 09, 2012
    Jelly Bookmark: Scent
    by: Anonymous

    My concern is that it might smell a bit?

    Response from Crafts For All Seasons: hhmmm... I'm not sure, maybe. My daughter wants to try this project. We are just looking for the correct size container. If we make this I'll be sure to come back and comment.

    Dec 10, 2012
    Jelly bookmark
    by: Heather

    I made this and I guess I did not get the glue thick enough. I made it this weekend and it is still drying.

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