This bookmark was a christmas present and is not only fairly large and weaved but also very festive. It is going to come out and be used from now on to mark my progress through the last few books of the year at Christmas time.
This is one of those bookmarks where the image moves slightly as you move it. It comes from the shop at the Harrison Planetarium in Greenwich Park. Its about the idea that despite knowing a fair bit about the universe there is still so much to discover.
This is one of those clever bookmarks that appears to move as you tilt it. It shows artists dummies in a series of fun activities.
This is made from recycled leather. It comes from the Royal Artillery museum, Firepower, in Woolwich. The museum houses a fair few guns and the story of the development of artillery. Like it although it’s often cold inside.
Just to finish the month with a leather bookmark that puts the Roman rule of Britain in some sort of historical context. A great bookmark from English Heritage.
One of the highlights of the month was taking part in the Lego mosaic world record. This bookmark was one of the rewards for helping beat the record and bring a bit of the old Roman decorative magic back to life for half-term.
Horrible Histories are a hit in my house and this fun bookmark sums up their approach to making history fun. One of a couple I picked up and will post the other one later on.
This bookmark shows one of the mosaic floors at Lullingstone Roman villa. The site is run by English heritage and this is one of the bookmarks that is very specific to the location, a great addition to the collection.
My son is studying the Romans at school so the bookmark theme of the month is going to be Romans. here is the first one which is an aid to understanding their numerals.
there is a shop in Greenwich market selling designs by Hartwig Braun and this is one of a couple of bookmarks he has produced. Will plan to show the other one later on this year. he draws London in a cartoon style but manages to cram in a fair few of the major landmarks.