5 Pokemon Bookmar Corner DIY - A compliation video of our five favourite Pokemon Corner Bookmarks - looking for Bookmark Ideas? - we have Eevee, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Charmander and a fabulous Pokeball Bookmark Corner too. These are "Fast" DIY versions of the slower original DIY Bookmark videos - Do hope you like our Bookmark Ideas!!! CLICK FOR SLOW VERSIONS HERE
Eevee Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2obfeqI
Squirtle Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2otgi5F
Charmander Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2otjEW4
Bulbasaur Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2osQiHG
Pokeball Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2oxbD1B
We also have more Bookmark Ideas here
Pikachu Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2obgdr7
Topegu Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2obeqSK
JigglyPuff Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2ot2jwN
and Meowth Bookmark DIY http://bit.ly/2pLbDj9
my son's oshawott bookmark http://bit.ly/2pKV5Yx
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All these DIY Corner Bookmarks Designs are SO SO SO cute and easy and should keep you busy until you get Back To School. They make fabulous DIY School Supplies - whether you are in Primary School or Middle School. ENJOY!!!
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