As the summer starts winding down, so does the busy wedding season which is always a bummer because I love weddings. I also love photo booths. So when the bride and groom bring a photo booth to their wedding, I am one happy camper.
The photo strips are such a fun souvenir but I never really knew what to do with them once we got home. Do I hang them on the fridge? Put them in a frame? Cut them up into wallet photos?! After our friend’s wedding last weekend, I brought home our photo strips and was determined to figure out a creative way to keep them displayed.
Enter the photo strip bookmark.
These were insanely easy to make and I can’t believe I hadn’t thought of it before! If you have any fun photo strips laying around, I highly suggest you make these ASAP!
SUPPLIES || single-hole punch, scissors, heavy card stock, glue, photo strips and embellishments (I used embroidery floss and some seashell pendants but you could substitute with your favorite ribbon, beads, feathers, etc)
STEP 1 || Glue your photo strips onto your heavy cardstock. Once dry, cut to size.
STEP 2 || Punch a hole into the top of your photo strip while ignoring my poor, neglected nails.
STEP 3 || String your embellishments through the punched hole.
STEP 4 || Insert bookmark into your favorite book and enjoy!
Insanely easy, right? I told you! What is your favorite wedding souvenir?