Print this Mother’s Day bookmark to color, then give to the Moms in your life to show your appreciation for all they do. Don’t forget grandmas and other mother figures on your list. There’s a bookmark for them too. Color the bookmarks before giving, or give with a book and a set of gel pens as a relaxing gift for Mom. Make sure to grab the coordinating Mother’s Day Coloring Card too!
How to Print Bookmarks for Coloring
Heavy (65-110lb) bright white cardstock is perfect for printable bookmarks. It stands up to wet coloring supplies like markers and gel pens, and is sturdy enough for heavy-handed colorers. I use 110lb cardstock, which is the heaviest my printer can handle.
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Add some colored paper and coordinating ribbon to finish the Mother’s Day printable coloring bookmark for a pretty presentation. You can color your bookmark before or after assembling. I used Sargent Art colored pencils to color this Mother’s Day bookmark craft.
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- Download and print Mother's Day bookmarks onto heavy white cardstock. Print as many as you need for personal use. File or finished project may not be sold.
- Use paper trimmer or scissors to cut out printed bookmarks along outer lines. I use a 12" guillotine trimmer to get nice straight cuts.
- Cut 2.5x6.5" strips from colored cardstock. Glue each bookmark to a strip of colored cardstock and punch hole through both layers in center near the top.
- Tie coordinating ribbon through hole and trim ends at an angle to prevent fraying.
- Give to mom with colored pencils or gel pens with a book as a relaxing gift, or have kids color as a personal touch for Mom or Grandma.
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Don’t forget to grab the Mother’s Day Coloring Card to go with your bookmark!
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