February 27, 2013 by drandmrso
Meet the insatiable microbe known as anobium punctatum:
This plush bug–better known as the book worm–was a gift from Dr. O a couple years back. My husband knows me so well! There’s nothing I love more than cuddling up on the couch with a chai latte, a big blanket, one (or both!) of my kitties, and diving headfirst into another time or place. A close second is discussing books with others, which inevitably leads to exchanging tomes. But how to politely remind borrowers of a book’s ownership? Enter my creation of the…
Free Editable Printable Lending Bookmark Template
I chose to print on green cardstock, but I think it would look great on any color (the template itself is black and white). I was motivated to tackle this little project by Sherry and John over at Young House Love and their Winter Pinterest Challenge. The deal: find something on Pinterest that you’ve been meaning to do and just do it! I always pin printable bookmarks when I come across them, but I never actually get around to editing or printing them. I really love these from A Place for Twiggs:
And these from Paper Coterie:
And of course these from Piper’s Place on Etsy:
But I have yet to find exactly what I’m looking for: a customizable bookmark that doubles as a book plate with room for notes. So I decided to make one. What do you think?
I really wanted to be able to include some personal thoughts on the bookmark when I tucked it into a book that was going to a friend.
I’m pretty pumped about the result! You can download a free Word template version of the template I created right here: lotsobookmarks
How about you? What are you creating from Pinterest inspiration lately?