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To The Moon Ex Libris

Photo of Ex Libris stickers using To the Moon stamp set by Stampin' Up!.

I’m making Ex Libris bookplates using the To The Moon stamp set.

In my previous post, I made a card using the same stamp set. This time we are going to use this stamp set in another fun project – Ex Libris bookplates.

Ex Libris means ‘from the library of”. If you’ve been organising your book case in Marie Kondo style, you might want to step it up a notch and label your books so that when you lend your book, you can get them back.

So, let’s make Ex Libris book plates.

  1. First, you need some sticker or label sheets. I used an A4 size that I cut into 8 equal parts.
  2. Next, stamp on the sticker sheets but make sure you leave a blank space for writing your name. It will be handy if you have an alphabet stamp set so you can build your own ‘Ex Libris’.
  3. Lastly, if you want to give it as a gift, make a nice packaging for a set of bookplates. Mine is just a magazine page that I folded and embellished with a paper clip attached with a frilly yarn.
Photo of Ex Libris To The Moon bookplates packaged in a magazine page folded and embellished with paper clip and frilly yarn.

Ready to make your own bookplates? Here is the list of materials that I used to make mine:

I hope that you enjoyed this inspiration and that you’ll give it a go. As you can see, the To The Moon stamp set is versatile and I have used it here beyond card making. The Ex Libris bookplates are great for labelling your books.

Make sure you make extra because your family and friends would appreciate some too.

Would you like to make bookplates in class? Let me know so we can organise one for you. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.

Are you also looking for other fun projects? Check out my events page and book in. There’s always something new to learn.

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