September 3, 2010

Free printable: DIY bookplates


I'm pleased to introduce new DIY printable scallop design bookplates!  These bright colored bookplates will ensure that your treasured books return to their rightful owner. 

I find these especially helpful now that school has started up again because Wavey loves to bring in her favorite books on 'Share Days.'


It's easy!  Click here to download the printable PDF, print on white paper (heavy cardstock is recommended...I chose glossy because I love glossy), cut around the edges, and glue or tape to the inside of your favorite books.



Happy reading and sharing!

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15 comments:

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

GREAT printable and FREE? I've got a new weekend project to add the 'ol list!

staci @ lizard n ladybug said...

these are really cute..I may use them for my books too :)

Julie said...

these are simply adorable! thank you so very much!

Jacky {The Sweetest Petunia} said...

These are SO cute! I love the yellow + grey especially. I'll have to print some to add to my books. :) Thanks!

The Frat Pack + Me said...

Adorable! Thank you Thank you!

Mandy [Mandy's Yellow Corner] said...

These are too cute! Love them... thanks Lelan! :]

Tania - JULIAN & Co. said...

love them. printing them now! thanks!!!

Amy said...

I'm a total book junkie and I love these! They have clean lines and great colors. Thanks for the freebie...again!

hiyaluv said...

Lelan! these are too cute:)
smiles,
gina

The Bonjour Four said...

aw me too.. i always have fun giveaways going on though. maybe you can catch the next one :)

And I love these printables. too cute!

Rachel@oneprettything.com said...

Ooh pretty! Thanks so much, I'll be linking.

Cassie {Hi Sugarplum!} said...

These are so cute!! I just posted the link on my Facebook page.

thanks for sharing your talent!

Mary said...

These are so fun and versatile! Added to http://www.squidoo.com/best-bookplates :)

Mrs. Stiner said...

Thanks for the adorable bookplates! I'm thinking it may save a few steps to go ahead and print them on the full page label sheets (the sheet itself is just one big label), that way when they're cut all you have to do would be to peel the backing off and you're set! :)

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