Saturday, October 19, 2013

Felt Bible Bookmarks

Here is a quick and inexpensive craft for Sunday school, VBS, or midweek gatherings. Use printed or solid felt to make Bible bookmarks. It appeals to younger kids and tweens. They can use them as gifts or keep to use themselves.


  • felt (Pre-packaged felt increases the choices and cost, but it is easier for kids to cut into bookmarks.)
  • scissors
  • pencil
  • ruler

How To

  • Use the ruler to mark a two inch line across the width of the felt.
  • Cut the bookmark.
  • Cut fringe along both ends.

Notes from Carol

Zonderkidz is publishing two devotional books for tweens (for girls: Just Sayin' - 90 ways to rock your faith and for boys: Dare U 2 Open This Book - 90 ways to rock your faith). I have the awesome responsibility of writing the devos. So I am having a little race to promote the books.

What is a doodle?

Think simple drawing - not fancy : )

Who can enter? Ages 9 - 100

The race will have TWO winners. Yep. You could be one of the winners. BUT you have to enter a doodle to be in the race. Just sayin'. . . 

Here are the links:

Doodle Prompt for Girls 
Doodle Prompt for Boys

 Ready!  Set!!   DOODLE!!! 


copyright (c) 2013 Carol McAdams Moore 

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