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Easy Pressed Flower Bookmarks

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When you want to get crafty but don’t have lots of time or money, this craft fits the bill. When I saw these cute stickers online, I knew I needed to make pressed flower bookmarks. The whole family will love putting their creativity to work with this simple project.

Three pressed flower bookmarks in the shape of mason jars.

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How to Make Pressed Flower Bookmarks

I’m a pressed flower fanatic! What’s not to love about a slice of nature frozen in time? The love affair started when I was a child, and I’m thrilled that pressed flowers appear to be trending again.

Pressed Flower Projects

You’ll find many tutorials on the blog that teach you how to press flowers or create unique wall art with my favorite microwave flower press, the Microfleur Max.

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If you’re not in the market to buy, you can always make a DIY flower press for very little money.

Are you in a time crunch? You can find pressed flowers online in stunning color combinations. I’ll link to my favorite options in the supplies list.


Note: The key to this tutorial is using transparent jar stickers. However, you can also use acrylic bookmarks and Mod Podge if you prefer.

Step 1: Peel open the stickers

To say I’m in love with these mason jar stickers is an understatement! They are so stinkin’ cute, as we like to say in my neck of the woods. The pack includes 20 or 40 stickers in five unique designs.

It feels silly to tell you to peel open these glassware stickers. However, peeling them open is the trickiest part of this whole tutorial. The stickers are super thin!

Lifting the edge of a mason jar sticker from the bottom left corner.

Gently lift the edge with your fingernail starting from the bottom corner of the jar shape. A little patience will go a long way.

Don’t peel the top layer off completely to make it easier to align the sticker later.

Step 2: Arrange pressed flowers inside the sticker

Place 4-5 small pressed flowers on the bottom layer of the sticker. The top layer has adhesive, so you’ll need to hold it open as you place the flowers.

As I mentioned, I love pressing my own flowers, but this set of pressed flowers is a great alternative. Plus, it includes a handy pair of tweezers.

Placing pressed flowers inside mason jar sticker using tweezers.

It’s easy to rearrange the flowers before sealing the sticker shut. Once you seal it, you won’t be able to make any changes.


Avoid layering the flowers inside the sticker. You want to minimize the bulk so it seals properly and won’t buckle.

Once you finish arranging your flowers, carefully press the top of the sticker down to seal the sticker shut.

Step 3: Add tassels to the pressed flower bookmarks

Using a hole punch, make a small hole in the top of your jar sticker. It may take extra force to punch through both layers of the sticker.

Punching hole in pressed flower bookmark.

To complete the bookmark, add a coordinating tassel or ribbon through the hole. I picked up a wonderful set of tassels that included all colors of the rainbow. I see more bookmark projects on the horizon for me!

Transparent mason jar sticker bookmark filled with pressed flowers.

I would love to see your pressed flower bookmarks, so tag me on Instagram when you make them (@firstdayofhome)!

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Pressed flower bookmarks shaped like mason jars and hand punching hole in mason jar sticker to create a bookmark. Text overlay reads "DIY Pressed Flower Bookmarks".
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