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Free Printable Halloween Bookmarks

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These free printable Halloween Bookmarks are a subtle nod to the season with their orange and black color scheme and "dancing" pumpkins. They're super sweet to save your place in all of your fall books. Download these Halloween Bookmarks below.

Halloween Bookmarks
I've always said that I lean more towards the cutesy side of Halloween...you won't find anything scary around here. But, I do enjoy small winks of the holiday through colors and such. These Halloween Bookmarks are just that...subtle, but sweet! Since black and orange are the trademark colors of the season, these were a no-brainer in the color scheme department. And how could we have Halloween without pumpkins? There is only one design available today, but I think it's a good one, so I do hope you enjoy it.

Free Printable Halloween Bookmarks

Whether you're putting together a few "booing" gifts, or just want a cozy new design for your own bookmark this season, these free printable Halloween Bookmarks are at the ready. They're watercolor designs give off a fun farmhouse vibe with all the colors of Halloween incorporated. 
Free Printable Halloween Bookmarks

Fall Reading List

Fall Reading List
I am not always consistent with sharing my reading lists with you all, but whenever I have in the past, it's always well-received. As an avid reader, I love seeing what others are reading, as well, to add to my list and broaden my tastes a bit. Below are my latest reads (with small reviews/thoughts), some of which are perfect for the fall season. Would love to hear what you're reading in the comments, as well.
  • While I can't give a thorough review (yet), since I'm smack dab in the middle of it, The Paris Apartment by Kelly Bowen (pictured above), is proving to be a real page-turner. I do love World War II historical fiction (especially the stories set in France, Poland, and Italy) and this one does not disappoint. It's a book with two timelines and I love seeing how those come together. This is also a book with a great deal of feminine heroism, which I greatly enjoy.
  • I recently finished Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan. While the story is set in summertime, it's truly a great year-round read that is good at tackling grief, guilt, and great mysteries of the south. It's another historical fiction novel surrounding a steamship that sank off the coast of the Carolinas in the 1800s, but was only recently discovered. The Audible version had really fantastic narrators. 
  • The Forest of Vanishing Stars from Kristin Harmel is a completely different take on the typical WWII historical fiction. It's set in the dense forests of eastern Europe...if you're a nature-lover, you'll absolutely be enthralled by it. It's another wonderful story of survival instincts and folks banding together to get through the unimaginable. 
  • Switching to the frontier days in Wyoming, One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow by Olivia Hawker really takes you into the heart of what it meant to survive in the earlier days of America. The story is about two neighboring families and their hardships, the unimaginable, the constant feuding, and just plain surviving against odds. I enjoyed this one quite a lot, especially from the viewpoint of someone who loves gardening (it talks a lot about how these folks worked the land and what all went into it).
  • I do have to add a classic to the list: The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton (originally published in 1905) pulls back the curtain on high society in the pre-war days. This one really had me rooting for its main character, Lily Bart, and all she goes through as an unmarried socialite just trying to figure out exactly where she fits in.

Printing and Using Your Halloween Bookmarks:

Fiskars Paper Trimmer

Bookmark Sleeves
Above, you can see how nice the bookmarks look in the bookmark sleeves.

Pumpkin Bookmarks
But they also look great just on their own, too (pictured above). Again, these are awesome gifts for anyone who enjoys reading. They'd be sweet prizes in classrooms, too. Be sure to gift a few to your book club friends this season, as well.

Coordinating Halloween Gift Tags

Halloween Gift Tags Printable
And pictured above, I also have coordinating free printable Halloween Gift Tags over on my other blog, Print Pretty Cards. There are two size options available. 

Download your Halloween Bookmarks:

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3 comments:

  1. Beautiful tags , where did you find the orange striped bags that go so well with them?

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  2. Oh my gosh, how stinkin' cute!
    Made them into bookmarks (after all it's book season!)
    Made the tassels thanks to your video and put them on checkered napkins on
    a white plate for a Halloween luncheon.
    Thank you for the finishing touch!
    Mic

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  3. I adore these Kristi! Is there any chance you have a file for the bookmark that prints with the blue checkerboard background as is shown in the photo above? The download file is the black, similar to the lower photos. Thanks!

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