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Harry Potter Papercraft Bookmark

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Perfect for all Harry Potter fans, this easy to make bookmark is a great back to school craft.



Harry Potter crafts


Time: 20 minutes
Age:
Under 5'sLevel: Medium


Materials
2 different colours of paper
Glue
Scissors

Method
Cut 2 strips of paper from each colour (25cm long x 1cm wide), so you have four in total.
Take two strips of the same colour and place the ends at right angles, glue to secure.



Harry Potter crafts


Glue over the next two strips of paper as in the photo below.



Harry Potter crafts



Harry Potter crafts


Now it's time to start folding. Fold over each outer strip, one at a time creating a chevron effect as you move down.
Once you can fold no further, secure with glue at the end and trim a V.



Harry Potter crafts


Categories
#Medium
#5 to 10s
#Harry Potter
#Papercraft
#Bookmark
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