|Here are a pair of fun free body art bookmarks that you can make yourself.|
Just print this page and then carefully cut out the bookmark shapes.
Keep both bookmarks for yourself or share them with a friend!
For best results, you may wish to print these bookmarks out on cardstock-type paper which will make them stiffer than regular paper. As these print in full-color, use only white paper for best image results. For a really good quality bookmark, print on cardstock and then laminate the bookmarks. You can use a laminating machine if you have access to one, or get some simple self-sticking laminating sheets from an office supply or art store.
To make the bookmark stay more securely in your books, you’ll want to add a ribbon or tassel to the top. Use a hole punch to make a single hole, leaving at least a 1/4” thickness of bookmark between the hole and the edge of the paper so it doesn’t tear out. You can make a tassel from yarn, or just loop-and-tie on a piece of thin ribbon in a color that you like!
Once you’ve got your body art bookmarks, you might like to take a stop by the Tattoo Library, where you’ll find a variety of recommended tattoo and body art books, including fiction and non-fiction titles.
If you'd like to learn about the many variations of body art, you might like
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ModCon: The Secret World Of Extreme Body Modification
by Shannon Larratt