I've never been into buying book plates or using them, but I do love seeing these options. Especially the HP ones.
I've never really used them before either, but I think it would be nice to use them for special books.
Oh those are so pretty. I had bookplates and stamps with my name when I was younger and unafraid to mark up my books. Now? I cry when a corner gets bent. Ah, to be young and fearless. -Maggie
Ha, I'm so callous with my books. I like them to look well-used, I mean well-loved.
I love the idea of the stamp! My nana bought me a pack of bookplates once but I have too many books - and how do you decide which gets a bookplate? The stamp would solve everything though!
A stamp would be handy to stamp ALL THE BOOKS.
My name on a bookplate. ^-^ I want it! I think these are just absoluely adorable.
Meant to be!
All so beautiful. I love the first ones for me and the one with all the animals for my daughter.
Oh that would be lovely!
My grandfather had an embossed stamp - like notary. I've always wanted one of those for my books :)
I bought a personalized book stamp from an Etsy shop last year, and it's seriously one of the best decisions I ever made. Every time I open one of my books I get excited!My Stamp
That is gorgeous!
I have the bookplates, or rather had, pictured 6th- they were a slightly different style, all foxes, and I put them on my favourite books from childhood. I love so many of the ones you've listed here, and don't know, unless it was a personalised stamp or something, whether I would continue putting them in books, but I do love the ones I did have.
That's a nice way to mark your fave childhood reads!
At Bookplate Ink, we have a wide variety of bookplate designs, from classic Antioch bookplates designs from the 1950s to contemporary artwork. www.bookplateink.com. You can order a packet of 20 non-personalized (http://www.bookplateink.com/index.php/store/pre-printed.html) or have a set custom printed with the name or text of your choice.