Monday, June 25, 2012
Bookplates: Free Printable | Family Economics
Whether you or your child have a large or small library, if you’re like me, you enjoy sharing your favorite books with friends and family. A nice way to identify and keep track of those books is to place a bookplate inside each so others can be reminded to return them when finished.
Bookplates in general have been around likely as long as home libraries and are usually pasted to the inside front cover a book. They also make good labels for school notebooks.
To access the free PDF file for printing the bookplates shown below, simply click here to download. Print the file to full sheet label stock and trim out each label. Make extras to keep on hand, share and gift.
These designs for children are modified artwork of bookplate designs from the turn of the twentieth century and just right for the young book enthusiasts. Package up sets of bookplates to gift along with books to a child, as a gift to your child’s teacher or as classroom party favors.
For even more free printable bookplates see my blog post here!
Do you have a home library? What’s your favorite book?