Yesterday was my sister's Wedding so there is a good chance I might be curled up on the sofa in our holiday cottage reading my latest book resting are the day's events, but tonight I want to move away from the books, bookcases and eReaders to chat about the humble bookmark. First off let's dispense with this nonsense of turning over the corner of the page, this really isn't acceptable, it's definitely a no-no if your are borrowing someone's book or hiring it from the library. If it's your book then I guess that's fair enough, personal it makes me want to slap you round the face with your book, just kidding, I don't condone violence of books!😉 This post isn't really about that, it's about the whole world of creative marking your missing out on.
|Gifted Bookmarks and bookmarks from visits.|
|When is a bookmark not a bookmark, when it's a hairclip, a finger puppet or a paperclip! I use all these as bookmarks.|
|Handcrafted Bookmaks from friends|
|Too bulky for a book but perfect for my eReader!|
|My two most favourite bookmarks.|
So, how do you mark yours? Do have a favourite bookmark or do you slip in an old receipt or bus ticket to keep your page?
Bookworm Blessings. x