My Favourite Bookmarks & Where To Buy Them

Since starting my book blog/bookstagram account, I’ve ditched the days of ‘dog-earing’ my pages and invested in some good quality bookmarks.

There are some absolutely FAB-U-LOUS ones out there and I have come across even more since writing this post, but I thought I would share my favourite ones so far which have really stood out! Most of them are available to buy through Etsy and online, so it’s now easier than ever to up your bookmark game!

The Bookmark Boys

First up is my favourite bookmark shop BY FAR which is The Bookmark Boys. I came across this Etsy shop through someone posting about it in one of the Facebook groups I am part of and I couldn’t be more in love. Each design will definitely give you a good giggle each time you open your book!

Click here to view their online shop!

Elena Illustration

I came across Elena Illustration when I received a bookmark and a pencil case in the Spring edition of The Secondhand Bookshelf‘s subscription box. They are absolutely stunning (as you can see) and are made with watercolour paint. The designs are just gorgeous to look at and there’s a whole bunch available so you’ll be sure to find one that matches your personality.

Click here to view their online shop!

Oktoberdots Shop

If you’re getting ready for Autumn or, like me, you are an Autumn baby through and through, you will L-O-V-E Oktoberdots. Their gorgeous designs will get you in the mood for a pumpkin-spiced latte and leave you feeling all warm and witchy!

Click here to view their online shop!

Infinite & Darling

One of the very first bookmarks I bought when I decided to change my dog-ear ways, and by looking at the pictures below, I’m sure it’s easy to understand why. They have a HUGE range of bookmarks available but my ultimate favourites have to be the Alice in Wonderland collection. JUST LOOK AT THOSE COLOURS!

Click here to view their online shop!

Handmade Resins

And last but no means least, Handmade Resins! If you scroll down any bookstagram feed you will no doubt see these EVERYWHERE but my favourites have to be these! Handmade Resins is available on Etsy and they sell a whole range of key rings, bookmarks and other gorgeous items at affordable prices. You can even customise the colours to your preference.

Click here to view their online shop!

And there we have it, a sneaky look into my bookmark collection. Hopefully some of these will inspire you to go and search for your next bookmark and for those dog-ear lovers out there…hopefully I’ve persuaded you to change your ways!

16 thoughts on “My Favourite Bookmarks & Where To Buy Them

  1. I love your bookmarks! I like the Oktoberdots … I’m looking forward to the cold autumn days when I will read with a cup of tea or hot chocolate next to me 🙂

    My favourite bookmarks are actually souvenirs from my travels – 90% of them are actual bookmarks, but I also have some flight tickets and small notes that remind me of those time.

  2. I used to use whatever was nearby as a bookmark, primarily train tickets, until I got the Let’s Get Classical book club one. It reignited my bookmark love so I will definitely be checking out some of these!

  3. This is exactly the kind of content I’m here for! I love a good bookmark and have quite a collection myself. I’ll definitely be adding to it with some of these.

  4. Those are really pretty bookmarks! Specially the resins!! I bought my bookmark from Mombasa. It’s zebra print & the top of it is shaped like a zebra’s head. I guess I’ve brought together my love for reading, traveling & wildlife.

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