Set of 5 Watercolour, Literary Inspired Bookmarks {PRINTABLE}

I’m well on my way with my 2016 reading plan! This past week I had the pleasure of starting in on two of this year’s selections: Teaching From Rest and The Awakening of Miss Prim. I really like to have at least two books on the go — a fiction and a non-fiction, or a “heavy” read and a light read. This week has been a bit of a treat because both books are such easy going page turners!  Although it is a short book, and charmingly written, there is still a lot of meat and inspiration in Teaching from Rest; it is giving me much encouragement regarding my children’s education and my mothering.

And since I’m chugging along full steam ahead with my reading commitments, I thought I would refresh my stash of bookmarks with a good supply of motivational bookmarks to keep me reading all the year through!

So here they are, the are intended to be thought provoking and to inspire self education and a literary lifestyle! Each bookmark features beautiful watercolour flowers and contains a quotation on the subject of reading and books from such writers as Hemingway, Emerson and Thoreau. So go ahead, print them off for yourself and enjoy!  You can print them off on regular paper or cardstock, and even laminate them if you want to make sure they last. Or punch a hole in the top and tie a ribbon on, and tuck one into your next book gift or when you loan a book to a friend!

Free Printable, Literary Inspired, Watercolour Bookmarks!

The beautiful watercolour clipart is from  Angie Makes.


Download your bookmark by clicking here or the image above. Please don’t host these files on your own site or link directly to the file, but please do share by referring friends to this page! Happy reading 🙂

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  1. becka January 20, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    These are lovely. My daughter is always looking for at new book marks for her reading addiction. I will have to print these for her. 🙂 She would love that one that says There is no friend as loyal as a book. 🙂

  2. Bonnie Way January 22, 2016 at 4:51 pm

    Those are beautiful bookmarks. 🙂 I also like to read a nonfiction and a fictional book at the same time.

  3. Leanne January 22, 2016 at 8:00 pm

    Nice! Sure beats the ripped paper I’m currently using as a bookmark. 🙂

    1. Learning Mama January 23, 2016 at 12:11 pm

      Ha! That’s always the way it ends up, isn’t it?

  4. Lisa Marie January 23, 2016 at 7:17 am

    Pretty bookmarks!

    I don’t get time to read much. 🙁 I usually end up stuffing some kind of playing card or folded up post-it-note into my book as a bookmark when I do get to read! lol.

    Thanks for sharing.

    1. Learning Mama January 23, 2016 at 12:13 pm

      I don’t get nearly so much time to read as I’d like. One of these days, the kids will be gone for a whole day (or even a few hours) and I’ll curl up with a book . . . nevermind, I’ll probably end up cleaning 😉

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