If you want a DIY corner bookmark that is ready to take a bite into your book, this Vampire corner bookmark is certainly one to make.
Plus as there are a ton of ways you can decorate them, kids will be thrilled to make more and more!
With Halloween just around the corner, a spooky design was in order – we made a cool bat design and a cat one last year and a vampire (or count Dracula) is ready to join the ranks.
As far as Halloween corner bookmarks go, this one just might be our favorite (for now).
These are easy enough for most kindergarteners to make (depends on their fine motor skills), so can make a great classroom project (older kids will manage without any issues), or will be a fun gift for teachers to give to their students (and other way around).
As they are super quick to make, they can also be a frugal party favor at your Halloween party for kids and kids at heart.
Ready to fold your own Vampire corner bookmark! Let’s start folding!
What you need:
- a square sheet of paper (or origami paper) in vampire worthy colors – pale pink, purple, gray, blue, gray-green or any other fitting color
- sheet of black paper
- a sheet of white paper
- red paper
- wiggle eye stickers / goggly eyes / or 2 small circles cut out of white paper and a marker
Time to take a bite at this one!
Follow These Step by Step Instructions or Watch the Video Tutorial at the End
Take a sheet of origami paper or a regular sheet of paper. We used regular print paper and cut it into a square.
You will get a square / diamond shape.
Now comes the time to transform this regular looking corner bookmark into a vampire corner bookmark.
Cut off a corner out of a sheet of black paper.
There! You have made a fierce looking vampire corner bookmark.