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Cross Stitch Easter Canvas Cross Bookmarks

By: Sherry Nappa from olives-n-okra.com
Cross Stitch Easter Canvas Cross Bookmarks
Cross Stitch Easter Canvas Cross Bookmarks

"Cross stitch Easter canvas cross bookmarks are the perfect handmade Easter gifts. The materials are inexpensive, and each bookmark takes less than an hour to make. I used Red Heart Super Saver yarn in the Catholic liturgical colors of Lent and Easter, but you can easily substitute these colors for soft pastel or bright spring colors. Trim each cross in white or with the main color. Finish the bookmark with coordinated colored twine and a small gold or silver cross charm. This is a perfect project for those small spools of leftovers in your yarn stash."

NotesEaster and Christain crafts, cross stitch canvas cross bookmarks.

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Her instructions call for a "plastic canvas cross" but it's easy to simply cut a cross shape from a sheet of plastic canvas. You could make tiny crosses from 10 or 14 count plastic canvas (although that's hard to find any more) that would fit inside a book with less bulk. This makes a neat little gift to tuck in somewhere.

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