I wanted to give my students something for Christmas that wouldn't cost too much, but also mean something to them. After perusing different sites, I found personalized bookmarks. I decided to make these for my students and put them in a little goodie bag with candy and a "No Homework" pass. I went to JoAnn Fabrics and bought double sided scrapbook paper. It's important that it is double sided so that the back of the bookmark is not plain. I got the ribbon from the dollar section at Target. I then typed up all of their names and printed those out just on white paper. I used fancy scissors to crop the edges. I cut the scrapbook paper to a width of about 2 1/2 inches and a length of six. I then glued on the names and then laminated them. Next, I hole punched the top for the ribbon. Make sure to get very flexible and light ribbon because if it is too thick it will bust the hole. I bent the ribbon in half and looped it through the hole. Ta-da! You have yourself a wonderful gift and it only cost about $7.00 total!