Print your own library cards and pockets!

Remember when there was a little pocket in the back of your library book? In most libraries, these have been eliminated and everything scans onto a computer. No need to slip a little card into the pocket with your name on it. But what if you have your own library of books that you often loan out to people? Or maybe you’d like to keep track of books that you read often. Here is a great set of downloadable library card pockets and the cards themselves. The instructions are easy to follow and you can print them in whatever color card stock you like. How fun! I found this on a great design website called Design Freebies. Thanks for the inspiration and thanks to Creature Comforts for providing this great craft!

http://creaturecomforts.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/08/its-freebie-tim.html#more

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern for the library card pocket. I’m in charge of our church library and keeping enough pockets on hands for our ever-increasing inventory is difficult. May the Lord Jesus bless you.

    • You’re very welcome.

  2. Hi :)
    Your link doesn’t work for me. Is it still valid?
    Cheers,
    Karen

    • Hi Karen…..

      You’re right. This link doesn’t seem to work any longer. I’ll see if I can trace a new one down. Too bad because it was a nice design. Thanks for letting us know!

  3. The blog moved– it’s here now!
    http://www.creaturecomfortsblog.com/home/2008/8/5/its-freebie-time.html

    • Oh thank you! This is great to know…we’ve had people looking for the link. Wonderful!

  4. thanks for the link… still working!


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