Bookplates for Children: Free Printable

I have some sweet vintage-style children’s bookplates to print and paste on my post today over at SC Johnson Family Economics, so click on over to download your free set! While you’re over at SCJ, please leave a comment with your favorite childhood book title- It will be fun to walk down memory lane!

Disclosure: I am a paid blogger for SC Johnson.

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6 Responses to Bookplates for Children: Free Printable

  1. #1 - maggie raguse says:

    i left a comment over at SCJ, but wanted to reiterate how adorable these are:

    Darling book plates, Cathe! I made well-received gift-sets from the collection you offered long ago with the German animals–and that was my first exposure to WorldLabel as well (I’m now a devotee!)

    These make me think of my favorite books as a child: “The Boxcar Family” and “The Five Little Peppers”. Then on to “Little Women”, “Little Men”, and “Jo’s Boys”—great memories 🙂

    -maggie

  2. #2 - Laura Y says:

    Thank you Cathe!

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  4. #3 - Charlotte Wolfe says:

    They look wonderful! My granddaughter will love them.

  5. #4 - Suzanna McMahan says:

    I have a vintage red white and black book plate but I have no earthly idea what to do with it!

  6. #5 - Margee Llewellyn says:

    My favorite book is a series, “The Little House” books by Laura Ingalls Wilder.