Wednesday, October 16, 2013

DIY Kids Bookmarks with Pom Tree Kids & Giveaway

Today I'm sharing an easy DIY Kids Bookmark tutorial and offering a giveaway!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pom Tree Kids. All opinions & photos are my own. Please see my disclosure policy.
Can I just tell you how excited my son was when we received some awesome crafting supplies from Pom Tree Kids
He couldn't quite decide what project to make first and then he remembered he really needed a bookmark, so he opened the kit and got busy using his imagination to make custom bookmarks. 
My son loved being able to complete this project all by himself without help. The kit included all the necessary supplies. Pom Tree Kids also offers tons of coordinating sticker buckets with 1000's of extras for any project.
 The sticky back foam really works and is easy for him to peel off the shapes without a problem. I love that these were self-adhesive so we didn't have to mess with glue.
Using the foam bookmarks and sticky shape sheets, you can create any type of custom bookmark you want. My son went with mostly monsters. :) He used the pipe cleaners in the kit as the finishing touch. Can I just say how proud my little boy was to finish this project all on his own? I was pretty proud of him too (plus, I love any kid project that I don't actually have to do 80% of the work which seems to happen more often than not!). He immediately went and got his library books to insert his bookmarks so he would have them handy to use. 
Pom Tree Kids offers so many different kits and products, visit them on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest to learn more about their amazing products. They are also giving away 10 Pom Tree Kids gift baskets worth $50 each! Be sure to enter below!

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  1. The playhouse may be our first creation.

  2. Too cute!! I definitely need to look into these kits. My 5 year old loves crafts, but the kits I get usually require hot glue or adult assistance and so I have to be there to do the craft and sometimes time doesn't permit. Can't wait to hunt these down in stores. :-)

  3. My daughter is always making off with my bookmarks and I always seem to be using receipts in my books... so I think we'd make bookmarks too!


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