Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Glitter Bow Tie Pasta DIY bookmarks

This glitter-DIY-bookmarks are from a very unexpected material – bow tie pasta! You will learn how this unique craft project.

This idea came to me, as I have some homemade mac and cheese for a couple of hungry boys. I thought it would be nice to use Farfalle or Bowtie pasta instead of the typical macaroni noodles. My creative spirit was not over the cuteness of the little grinding!
Immediately, I, I something you had to do to than to cook. What better way than to splash some glitter and add a beautiful flower? This glitter bow DIY bookmarks are a simple afternoon activity and make great gifts!

DIY-bookmarks of Pasta
Here’s what you’ll have to:

Farfalle (bow tie) pasta
Mod hodgepodge gloss
Laminated carton
glue gun
corner punch (optional)

digging for the right girl! You wear a thick layer of Mod smorgasbord to your noodles. Hard glitter to add on top and shake excess. You cover the glitter in another layer of Mod-smorgasbord.
I have chosen three different glitter colours, I’could decide on just one! It is pink, silver and gold. Allowed to completely dry for an hour or two. Basically, if the Mod is a hodgepodge is no longer white, but clear, and the glitter really shines!
Cutting the laminated cardboard into the size that you’d like for your bookmarks. Mine were about an inch and a half wide and about 8 inches long.
you can own any heavy cardboard or laminate you how I did it. Isn’t the flower pattern beautiful? If you have a rounded corner punch, use it to off polished your bookmark corners.
Flip glitter bow to add a DAB of hot glue and stick it to the top of one of your pieces of cardstock. Repeat the process for the rest of the bookmark and leave it on for about 5 minutes to dry.
I can’t wait to see more of these and give them away to some sweet ladies I know. Play around with various carton patterns and glitter colors. The possibilities are endless. Reading was never sweeter!

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