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Thursday, March 7, 2013

.:Printable Chevron Bookplates - Spool and Spoon:.

Hi everyone, it's Jess from Spool and Spoon, again! I'm so glad to back at Sumo's Sweet Stuff for another dose of printable fun. Last month I shared lunch notes for your little munchkins but these bookplates are all for you. Bookplates? How archaic! Well, not anymore. This pretty chevron variety is modern, preppy, and fun. 

Printable Chevron Bookplates by www.spoolandspoonblog.com for Sumo's Sweet Stuff

You see, some of my favorite books have recently been made/remade into movies which is awesome. Now that the stories are even more popular than they used to be, friends are always asking to borrow my original copies. While I'm happy to oblige, I'm sort of in love with these books so I really want to make sure I get them back. That's where these little buggers come in handy. 


Printable Chevron Bookplates by www.spoolandspoonblog.com for Sumo's Sweet Stuff
Download the PDF version here and print it on a piece of white cardstock or matte sticker paper. You can trim around the edges or use a paper punch (the circles are 2 inches in diameter and I used a 2.5 inch circle punch). 


Printable Chevron Bookplates by www.spoolandspoonblog.com for Sumo's Sweet Stuff

If you don't use sticker paper, a simple strip of double-sided tape will affix the bookplate inside the cover of your favorite books. You could even glue it but the thought of doing so hurts my soul. Doesn't it look just perfect inside the cover?


Printable Chevron Bookplates by www.spoolandspoonblog.com for Sumo's Sweet Stuff

The chevron bookplates are ideal for personal use, but they would be darling packaged with a couple of novels or journals for your favorite teacher, bookworm, or college student. 


Printable Chevron Bookplates by www.spoolandspoonblog.com for Sumo's Sweet Stuff

I'll be counting down the days until I'm back in April to share yet another print for you. Until then, feel free to stop by Spool and Spoon and say hi! By the way, bonus points to whomever knows who Daisy is without the help of Google. Tee hee :)



Jess is a crafty newlywed living with her husband and two fur babies in a little townhouse outside of Philadelphia. She started Spool and Spoon in 2012 to document her creative endeavors and to counterbalance her stressful day job as a corporate recruiter. Jess is a DIY girl through and through; she'd prefer a good stand mixer and sewing machine to glitzy makeup any day (but jewelry and bags are a whole other story!). Throughout any given week, you can find a mash up of printablestutorials, and recipes on her blog. Check it out!

2 comments:

Thanks for leaving a comment! I love reading them! I try to reply to questions the best I can, but you can always email me at sumossweetstuff {at} gmail {dot} com.

Sumo:)