Ready for Fall?

As summer is coming to a close (I can't believe I'm saying that in the not-quite-middle of August, but doesn't it feel that way with the school suppies everywhere??) it's time to start thinking about fall.  I love the fall.  In New England, that means lots of fairs, leaves changing color, apple picking, jeans and sweaters.  This will also be my first fall season with Etsy, which means I've been working on some autumn-colored bookmark sets to add to my shop.

I love the combination of orange and teal backed with the brown!

These have matching note cards!

Ok, not quite "fall" but they are so fun! They hook around your book and help point out where you left off.

Not all of these are listed yet, as I am not completely happy with all of my picture-taking as of late (I know what I'll be working on today), but a few of them are here.

I would also like to offer classroom sets of bookmarks to teachers or parents as a welcome-back gift at school.  I actually did a classroom set of mini bookmark valentines this past winter, which was a lot of fun.  If I'm going to do that I need to get on the ball and make some samples and take some photos- quick!  It's going to be a busy day here.  Luckily we're looking at a sunny and 82 degree day so maybe I'll get some outside photos taken.

Happy Friday!


  1. Love these!

    My daughter is a teacher and I know she would love classroom sets of handmade bookmarks to give as gifts to her kids. Great idea!! :)

    So glad I found you through Etsy Blog Team!!

  2. I'm so excited about making fall items! It is such a gorgeous color combination :) I love your card with the name and the little pumpkin, and those mini hook marks are fantastic!!

    -rachel w k

  3. These are adorable! I especially like "this is a good part."

    (You've reminded me that I need to get my fall collection done.)

  4. Love these! I'm so ready for fall:)

  5. I'm ready for fall too! Sweaters, jeans, and boots--hooray! I love that "good part here" bookmark. Brilliant.

  6. I know what you mean about getting on the ball quickly! I learned my lesson last year with my holiday stuff and I'm already thinking ahead to Christmas. Especially since Etsy listings last for 4 months, you get more bang for the buck if you list Christmas in month!


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