Bookmark Printables

{image courtesy of Wild Olive}

I've made my love of reading clear, right?  Well I also have three kids so I subscribe to the "read whenever and wherever I can" mentality.  Needless to say, I need a good bookmark (or 3) and they need to stay in my book too!

I have been loving these magnetic bookmarks from Mollie at Wild Olive.  Download the free printable, print & cut them out, fold & add a little magnetic tape're all set!  I've been partial to the bacon and pickle, but just found the second set of designs which include bright summery rainbow colors!  You can find set one here (pickle, bacon, ruler, bandage & pencil) and set two here (rainbow, clothespin, watercolors, birch log and traffic light).

{note: take a quick look at the book page you're using BEFORE the pic or you'll have to edit colorful language!} you're all set for some grown-up summer reading!  What is on your list?  I'm on a memoir kick lately (about to start the Belinda Carlisle book shown above), but need some suggestions and all genres are welcome.
southern daze said...

Night Road (Kristin Hannah)- highly recommend!
Sing You Home (Jodi Picoult) - good but not a must read (in my opinion)
Rob Lowe - Love! Took me awhile to catch on to his writing style but I learned a ton. Let me know if you want to borrow it.
Melissa Gilbert - Started it yesterday & already really like it. She writes like she talks so it feels like she's in your house telling you these stories.

Just bought these but haven't started them yet:
The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted (Bridget Asher) & Skipping a Beat (Sarah Pekkanen)

I absolutely LOVE that you love to read! It's so much fun having a reading buddy :-)

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