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Game of Thrones Bookmark Project

Posted by Professor G on June 7, 2013 at 5:35 AM

Are you a fan of the saga A Song of Ice and Fire?  Why not class up your books with some high quality classy bookmarks with a fun project you can do easily with just a few supplies.

What you will need:

  • A color printer
  • Card stock or thick photo paper
  • Scissors or an exacto knife
  • A ruler or straight edge
  • Templates (pdf)


  • A paper hole punch
  • Metal eyelets (from any craft or sewing goods store)
  • Hammer
  • Ribbon
  • Tassels
  • Beads
  • Leather rawhide laces or strips
  • A larger sewing needle (to pull the strips or ribbons through the beads)

The Templates:  here are two templates that you can download and print.  You can print them double-sided on both A4 and American 8 1/2" by 11", just adjust the template proportionally to fit the maximum width of your landscape size paper.

Look at the pictures above to get some ideas but really all you need is your imagination to adorn the bookmarks once you've printed them. For even more ideas, simply go to your local craft or sewing goods store.

The Templates:  There are 2 ways you can download the templates:

  1. Right click on the individual images below and save them to your computer, you can then insert these into any word processing or photo editing software and adjust the sizes.
  2. Click on the link PDF.  There you can download a double-sided PDF file that you can simply print.  Follow the instructions of your printer for printing double-sided documents.

Template 1 PDF (both sides)    Template 2 PDF (both sides)

Template 1 (front):

Template 1 (back):

Template 2 (front):

Template 2 (back):

Once you've printed your bookmarks, simply cut them out and adorn! That's all there is to it! 

If you have any questions, suggestions or ideas please feel free to leave a comment below.

Happy Reading!!!

For more Game of Thrones activities, visit:  The Game of Thrones English Challenge page.

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Reply Martin
12:14 AM on December 25, 2018 
Great bookmarks! Much appreciated
Reply Ahmed Diab
5:49 PM on December 20, 2015 

these are very good

do you have each design separately?? .. cause i find it hard to print them all and cut them