Monday, October 11, 2010

A Bookplate for You

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Money may not grow on trees, but I'd like to think that somewhere books do!

I hope you enjoy my first attempt at making a bookplate, a morning diversion of doodling and playing in Photoshop.

If you'd like, you are welcome to print it out on sticker paper and use it in your fall books.

For more free bookplates, visit author Anne Fine's lovely web page, My Home Library, here.

There you'll find 200 bookplates by well-known illustrators, such as Jane Ray, Quentin Blake and Polly Dunbar.

Happy autumn to all of you!



  1. Thank you for the link to the book plates. They are wonderful.

  2. I think it looks great!

  3. What a great project for kids to make bookplates using all the drawing technology they love to use---and then what do you do with all the products--BOOKPLATES cool Kids at WESTGATE should do this!