Hello Kitty! Paperclip Bookmarks

I remember the sheer joy of recieving a Hello Kitty item as a kid. Everything was so cute.

I made two of these, one for my cousin, and one for myself… I had to show front and back. Besides, I wasn’t going to give away my only one! 🙂

These are giant paperclips by WalMart. The side has different ribbon scraps tied to it. I punched Hello Kitty out of a piece of scrapbook paper using a 1″ circle punch. The scallops are 1.5″ punches, and the flower on the back is also a punch.

All the paper is textured cardstock except the Hello Kitty printed one. I put a rhinestone on the flower on the back, and the flower Hello Kitty is holding. Her bow has glittered dimensional paint added.

I assembled the front and back pieces first, and then used a low-temp hot glue gun to attach both sides to the paperclips. I read a tutorial that said glue dots also work, but the Glue Gun was closer… and I got lazy.

Size: 4″ high

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11 responses to “Hello Kitty! Paperclip Bookmarks

  1. Adorable! I’ve made a bunch of these for our craft fairs! Love how yours came out! I use a hot glue gun. They say the E8000 works great – but the smell was too overwhelming for me!!!
    TGIF!
    Maria

  2. Laura

    what a cute idea,I love it.Hello Kitty was my favorite as a kid.I like think I’m still a kid 🙂

  3. These turned out really, really cute! The ribbons finish them off perfectly.

  4. What a great idea! I just made a couple of these clips for one of my DT projects. They are so fun and easy to make! You did a great job with images and ribbon!

  5. These are just the cutest ever!! Love them!!

  6. These look super fab! I’ll have to try out this project! thanks for sharing!

  7. LOVEEEEEEE these bookmarks soooooo adorable. your blog is pretty neat!! 🙂

  8. These are soooo cute! 🙂

  9. Cat

    I love the Hello Kitty stuff. These paper clips are such a great idea. You must be pretty young – Hello Kitty came out when I was already way too old to play with any of the stuff. 🙂

  10. I love the fiber on these! I might go try them out!

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