Top Thursday: Creative Ways to Mark your Place

A bookmark is a reader’s best friend! There are many ways to mark our places: folding a corner of a page, using paperclips, scrap paper, things that we can slip between pages. But why do that when you can use these crafty bookmarks? After doing a search on Pinterest, I came across these eye-catching bookmarks:

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Bookmark Fixture

This is interesting. A bookmark that you can place on any wall in case you happen to be in the kitchen or the bedroom reading a book, you can mark you place there and voila!

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Three-dimensional Bookmark

This is the largest bookmark I’ve ever seen.

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Business card Bookmark

Nowadays designers are finding creative ways to make their business cards stand out. This is convenient and practical.

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Brightly colored Bookmarks

I love owls and these cute bookmarks are just what I need!

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BBC Sherlock Bookmark

As a fan of the British hit TV series BBC Sherlock, I approve this Benedict mark.

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Bookcorners

Now you can choose how you want to hold your place with these witty book corners.

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Witty Bookmarks

Why stop at paper when you can have steel to mark you place?

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Silver Bookmark

For the literary lover, here we have a metal bookmark quoting the words of Shakespeare.

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Fuzzy Bookmark

This footsy bookmark just put a smile on my face.

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Sprout Bookmarks

A garden of placeholders that sprouts where you left off.

 

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2 thoughts on “Top Thursday: Creative Ways to Mark your Place

  1. What great ideas! I love the fuzzy feet! I tend to use clothes price tags; you get some really pretty ones with ribbons nowadays and it seems a shame to just throw them away.

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    • I know right? There are so many ways you can make your own bookmarks. I on the other hand keep getting free bookmarks at my local store so I never run out.

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