Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite Bookmarks 

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. For the rules see her blog.

This week’s topic: Favourite Bookmarks: 

I use a variety of bookmarks, sometimes just a till receipt or scrap of paper if that’s all I have handy, but these are more traditional bookmarks that I usually use:

Bookmark group

I also like to mark individual lines – I used to use post-its until I discovered book darts:

 

The bookmarks I use most often are Barter Book bookmarks:

Barter Books bkmark
Showing both sides of a Barter Books bookmark

 

25 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite Bookmarks ”

    1. I made those bookmarks from kits and they had a piece of backing material to stitch to the canvas. This doesn’t stiffen them, so the bookmarks are soft and floppy – which I like as they don’t damage the book spines.

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  1. Those handmade bookmarks are lovely, Margaret! Your others are great, too, and I’m impressed with how many you have. I like having more than one bookmark around, because I always have more than one book going at any time.

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  2. What lovely bookmarks! I tend to collect them as small and useful souvenirs of holidays, and am now in a position to be able to read about a hundred books at a time!

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  3. Wonderful bookmarks! I am a collector as well, and try to buy one wherever I find them. Perfect as souvenirs when you are travelling, since they weight nothing.

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  4. Not just me who’s bookmark obsessed then? I collect them from everywhere, tourist info places, Waterstones, the library… sometimes in the books themselves where someone has forgotten to remove it, so naturally I give them a good home. 🙂

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  5. I’m beginning to feel inadequate with all these lovely bookmark posts! I don’t know what I do with bookmarks – I get plenty, but never seem to have one when I need one. I fall back on the old post-it tab. Your Chinese ones are lovely!

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