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A few weeks ago, I made some printable bookmarks, and they were a hit! I had ideas for more of these, and at last, I made some! You can refer back to the post with the first set for more detailed instructions, but essentially you'll trim, add magnet tape (the really thin kind), and fold it over your page.

magnet clips

This new set includes a clothespin, watercolors, a traffic light, a birch log, and a rainbow.

magnet clips

But the best part is, my genius sister discovered a new fun way to use these!

magnet clips

Anna has an inspiration line on her wall, which has a few strands of crochet thread draped. Then she uses clothespins to hold pretty pictures up there. Guess what? The magnet bookmarks also make wonderful magnet clips! Yay!

So, now you can keep your spot, and keep some inspiration around!

Download Set 2 of the Magnet Bookmarks/Clips.

26 comments:

  1. I just posted on my blog today about your first magnets! LOVE THEM ALL!

    http://buggieandjellybean.blogspot.com/2010/09/mention-me-monday-sept-12th.html

    xo

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  2. The rainbow cloud is so cute, I love it and to use it to hang stuff up with is indeed a genius move! Hehe, that way you can see him more often!

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  3. SOOO cute! Thanks for sharing!!!

    Anja

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  4. I love your bookmarks! They are incredibly adorable. Keep 'em coming!!

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  5. Oh my gosh, those are SO cute! Love the rainbow! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  6. So so so so cute!

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  7. These are so cute! I, too, have a strand of crochet thread hanging in my room with nothing on them. These would be adorable addition! :)

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  8. i love this cute things ^^ in fact i have the baicon one :)

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  9. those are so cute! how does you do? you use a program for that? they seem so perfects!

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  10. Anonymous11:55 AM

    I love the water colors

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  11. Anonymous10:13 AM

    These are sooo wonderful. I really enjoy your blog I just found it!

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  12. Hi
    Thank you for sharing these bookmarks. I am sure my grandchildren will love them.

    Kindest regards

    Dell

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  13. My girls are so excited to make these. They're absolutely charming. Thanks for sharing! I can't wait to pass it on to my readers.

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  14. these are sooooo cute!!!!!! ;)

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  15. These are so cute! I think I'll have my daughter make these for her classmates for Christmas.

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  16. Anonymous1:09 PM

    These are fantastic! I love both sets! I'm making these for my 5th graders as end of the year gifts. Thanks so much! :)

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  17. Anonymous12:53 AM

    I love this!

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  18. These are awesome...I am going to try using them as bookmarks in my students' notebooks. I teach 2nd grade and they are always skipping pages. I plan on laminating them first for durability!

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  19. Anonymous7:40 PM

    Awwwww I like the watercolors!

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  20. Anonymous10:42 AM

    MORE, PLEASEEEEE MORE !!

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  21. Suzanne4:40 AM

    Love these both. Is there any way you can put two sets on a page or put all ten you've made on one page? I'm making them for my 4 kids and their classmates school kids and it would save on cost. That's about 100 kids.

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    1. Suzanne, send me an email (molliejohanson at gmail) and I'll send you back a PDF with all of the designs on one page. Great idea for a little gift for their classes!

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