Hedgehog Bookmark Corner DIY
Ah yes, it is that time of year – beautiful fall colours, the leaves are following, the days are often still brighten and sunny, but increasingly we find ourselves indoors, tucked up with a good book! To celebrate the wonderful season, we have come up with yet another Fall Corner Bookmark idea for Children – these adorable Hedgehog Bookmark DIYs. A super cute and easy Hedgehog Craft for Kids!
I think they are one of my recent Corner Bookmark Design FAVOURITES. I think they are simply the CUTEST!!!! And so so soooo easy to make! What do you think?! (Plenty more Autumn Crafts for kids for you to browse too!)
This little hedgehogs would go SUPER well with our MUSHROOM Bookmark Corners! Do take a peak!
Hedgehog Bookmark Corner DIY – Materials:
- brown packing paper (or other brown paper)
- a little piece of cream or white paper
- green/ red paper scraps
- glue stick
Hedgehog Bookmark Corner DIY – How To:
These Hedgehog Bookmark Corner really do lend themselves to video instructions – I hope you find them useful!!
Make a brown corner bookmark
As with all our corner bookmarks, start off with a basic origami bookmark corner made from brown paper! You can hop over for the step by step instructions or watch the video on auto play!
Then follow the photos step below to turn it into a cute HEDGEHOG Bookmark!
Step by step instructions for turning a corner bookmark into a hedgehog!
If you prefer to see the full how to video JUST for the hedgehog, do scroll down to the bottom of this page to watch the YouTube video.. alternatively, here are some step images to help you along!
As mentioned make your basic corner bookmark in your chosen hedgehog colour. I love that brown packing paper looks just the thing!
Snip off a corner from some cream paper – you want that right angle. And draw a little face. It actually looks a bit like the “quarter” of a polar bear face.
Cut it out and glue to the “closed” corner of hedgehog’s body!
Snip off two edges (see images) to shape the bookmark into more of a hedgehog rectangle. I like to snip one and then use that cut off piece to help guide me when cutting the other side, so it is nice and even.
Now cut out some “traingles” around the top half of the hedgehog’s body, to resemble the prickles.
Finally cut out some paper leaves (or draw some on white paper and colour in), then glue behind your hedgehogs hear for that finishing touch!
Ta-daaaaa. Wasn’t that easy? And oh so cute!
More cute hedgehog crafts:
We have a whole collection of Hedgehog Crafts for you to check… but here are some favourites:
Fabulous pine cone hedgehogs for prescoolers
Woodland Animal Coloring Pages
More Corner Bookmarks
Don’t forget to check out the remaining Fall Corner Bookmarks:
As well as our ever growing number of Corner Bookmark DIYs here
More Autumn Crafts for Kids here:
A full Hedgehog Bookmark Video is available on on my YouTube channel!