Printable Floral Colouring Bookmarks
I have a tendency to just grab a sticky note to mark my page when I’m reading. I have quite a few bookmarks – the ones that come in the books you reserve from the library, a fair few made by my daughters and laminated by (hopefully) willing early years professionals and teaching assistants, some gorgeous ones that came with Uppercase Magazine and some more that came with Flow Magazine… But I almost never remember to use them and still go for the quick and easy (and not terribly aesthetically satisfying) sticky note!
Anyway… I was thinking how cool it would be to make some bookmarks by printing some of my patterns onto card stock and then guillotining them, when Jen, from Mum in the Madhouse suggested the idea of colouring bookmarks. Wow! What a great idea. I made some suitable for all ages, which you can get over at her blog. And then I thought I’d make some more detailed ones for grown-ups (and kids who like more detail, of course!).
So, here you go – I’ve gathered together some florals for a page of bookmarks.
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And I couldn’t resist making a start on colouring some in.
I was wondering about making some printable full-colour bookmarks (and maybe other bits and pieces) to sell in my Etsy store. What do you think? Would you/do you buy that kind of thing to print at home, or do you prefer getting the ready-printed physical copies?
Oh, and if you like these colouring bookmarks, there’s a very good chance you’ll like the colouring cards I illustrated for Cardooo Cards – you can buy them online direct from them and also find them in some WH Smith stores – if you have a shop and are interested in stocking them yourself, you can also contact them about trade deals.