Free Printable Bookmarks and Labels with Spring Art
In this post: Looking to bring a little spring cheer into your home? You’ll love these free printable labels and bookmarks decorated with spring art.⇒
Do you read books?
I don’t mean do you consume literature. I assume most of you do that, at least from time to time. But what I mean is do you read actual, physical books? Or do you use an e-reader and read electronically?
I know many people love the smell of book pages and the feeling of turning real pages and sliding a lovely bookmark in, while others prefer the convenience of being able to carry their entire library with them on their phones.
Personally, I’m a fan of audio books and read many while exercising. I once read an entire history of the oil industry on the treadmill!
Ironically, though, I still love magazines and often read them cover to cover. I’ve used those annoying little subscription inserts as a bookmark for the longest time. But as you know, I like to upgrade all of my rituals by creating or using something that makes the experience more pleasurable.
And that’s how I decided to create my printable bookmarks!
Printable Bookmarks and Labels
What better time of year is there to be inspired by the beautiful flowers that are emerging all around us?
Maybe your own garden hasn’t bloomed yet, but the flower markets and groceries are brimming with fresh flowers, finally after the dearth of winter.
So I thought this is the perfect time to create floral bookmarks to add a note of cheer to my days and evenings!
Today I’m joining with my favorite blogger friends to bring you a spring blog hop of FREE PRINTABLES. There are many different artistic styles and varied uses, but what they all have in common is an uplifting celebration of this season of renewal. Be sure to visit all the other posts linked at the bottom of this one.
I created three different styles of bookmarks for you, each based around a color and floral theme.
All you need to do is print them out, then cut along the outline and punch a hole in the top to thread a ribbon through. Be sure to click the link below to download the full sized artwork, and do not try to print directly from the image in the post.
The thicker the card stock you use, the longer your bookmark will last.
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In addition to the bookmarks, I wanted to add something else to the mix, because I can’t get enough of spring florals all around me. I also like to include something extra for my subscribers that’s not offered to the general public, so I created large spring labels to be wrapped around candles or other jars.
The candles smell delightful and are super affordable, particularly for the large size they come in.
As with the bookmarks, simply print the labels from the downloaded artwork, then cut along the outlines and attach with double stick tape. Tie a ribbon along the jar lip for an extra dose of pretty!
Download Your Free Printables
If you’d like a copy of the FREE Bookmark printables, click HERE for the full size digital download.
(Do not print from the art below. The quality will be compromised and the watermark will be visible.)
If you’d like the candle jar labels, subscribe to become a member today. It’s completely FREE! Simply fill out the form below for access to the subscribers only library, where you can find the jar label set along with several other printables, ebooks and more. New items are added every few weeks. Enjoy!
(If you’re already a subscriber, you will find the full suite in the Members Only Library, which you can access from every email I send, including the one you got today with this post in it.)
• Please remember that these are for personal use only.
To get the look, click on the items below for direct links to the products. Where actual items were no longer available, I’ve provided similar options. If an item is out of stock but may be restocked, I left it on the list.
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Please be sure to visit all of the spring printables posts below:
Designthusiasm | On Sutton Place | StoneGable
Shabbyfufu | Town n Country Living | Craftberry Bush
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How beautiful! Thank you so much for the lovely touches of spring! I’m a candleholic and love the idea of the labels! ? I’m just getting into audio books and thoroughly enjoying the freedom it offers. I do love having an actual book in hand though!
Have a blessed day!
Thanks, Pat! And yes, sometimes nothing beats a real book!!
Thank you so much for the free printable bookmarks and labels. I love to print them out, use them and share them by sticking a bookmark into a cards that I send. Your blog is always so beautiful, thank you for sharing your talents.
Thank you so much!! I’m so glad you’ll make use of them!
I travel a lot so audiobooks have kept me company for many years. They make yard work and other tasks so much more tolerable! I have my favorite narrators and look for books read by them…not the author! Crazy, I know! I’m pinning the candle wrappers for gifts; they are lovely! Bunches of love! ????
Actually, I totally get that! The narrator can make all the difference… 🙂
Oh! I LOVE the bookmarks! I read paper books all the time, and these match my decor perfectly (love all the aqua). Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
If you print out two pages on regular paper, you can paste them together and have a more durable bookmark with the design on both sides….
You are most welcome! So happy you like them… 🙂
Thank you! Like you, I LOVE the feel of a book and the smell of pages, but read lots on my iPad Kindle. Walking through the Bodlieian Library at Oxford was almost a religious experience!
I love the look of a gorgeous bookmark and when I travel, I bring back lovely ones to remind me of our visits.
I am a stationary and fountain pen geek who writes thank you notes and letters still and seals them with wax and a seal after writing the name and address in calligraphy. I’ve raised a son and daughter who do the same, which is highly unusual these days.
Your bookmarks and jar covers will fit beautifully with all my geekiness, so thank you!