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I.D. Your Books with Personalized Bookplates

Here’s a subtle, yet discriminating way to identify books, CDs and DVDs from your personal library, and a fun project for your family to work on together. These bookplates (or booklabels) can be personalized and attached to the inside front cover of your books, the inside of your CD and DVD cases, and anywhere you want to mark your property. With personalized bookplates, you can: 1) Make it easy for borrowers to identify the owner of the book so they can return it when they’re done; 2) Create a personalized set and give as a gift for that bookworm you know; 3) Identify books that are shared among classrooms; and 4) Indicate the book is a donation from you to your local school or library.

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Step 1: Here’s What You Need

Instructions: Create your bookplates on Avery White Removable I.D. Labels for Laser and Inkjet Printers.

Step 2: Download Template

Instructions: Download a template theme of your choice. Each template contains four bookplates. Choose from:

Children’s Template
Classroom Template
Personal Library Template with Flower
Personal Library Template with Monogram


Step 3: Personalize

Instructions: Enter your name (or your recipient’s name if it’s a gift) on each of the four bookplates.

Step 4: Print

Instructions: Print your bookplate labels on Avery White Removable I.D. Labels.

Step 5: Attach to Book

Instructions: Peel off each label and attach to the inside front cover of the book. With Avery White Removable I.D. Labels, your bookplates will stick, stay and remove cleanly without leaving any residue.

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