• 4 in. x 8 in. Grey or White Cardstock for
Mouse Head, front and back
• 1 in. x 2 in. Light Pink Cardstock for the inner ears
• 1 in. x 1 in. Medium Pink Cardstock for the nose
• 1 in. x 1 in. Black Cardstock for the eyes
• 4 in. x 4 in. Ligh Brown Cardstock for the cookie
• 2 in. x 2 in. Dark Brown Cardstock for the
Chocolate Chips* - larger if you want more chips
• 1/4 in. Hole Punch • Black fine line marker for whiskers
• White marker or paint and thin brush for eye accent
• Double Stick Tape or liquid glue
• Pencil for tracing
1. Trace and cut out pieces from cardstock according to the patterns.
2. Fold the cookie piece at the top to form a tab. Glue the tab to the Mouse Back Head piece.
3. Place the Mouse Head with hands on top of this, align edges and glue together.
4. Place the pink inner ears as shown and glue in place.
Use the 1/4 in. hole punch and punch out two circles from black cardstock for the eyes. Place on the mouse’s face and glue in place. You can add a tiny dot of white paint from a marker for an accent. Let dry.
5. Cut a tiny heart from medium pink cardstock for the nose.
Center below the eyes and glue in place. Use a fine point black marker and draw three lines on each side of the
nose for the whiskers.
6. Take the dark brown cardstock and cut out free form circles for the chocolate chips. Add as many chocolate
chips to your cookie as you want. Place on the top of the cookie and glue in place.
7. After all the adhesives have dried, you can use your bookmark.
Mark the page in the book you’re reading by placing the cookie behind the page and the mouse’s paws in front
on top of the page
8. Your mouse will be peeking out from on top of your book.