Tiny Paper Bookmarks Let You Grow Charming Miniature Worlds In Your Books – Design You Trust

Tiny Paper Bookmarks Let You Grow Charming Miniature Worlds In Your Books

Adding a cute and playful element to the mundane process of bookmarking, these sticky paper tabs let you create little landscapes and scenes on top of you books, ideal for research, study and quick reference to your favourite pages.

Pick a pack from the range of cities and natural habitats available, or mix and match to create your own book top utopia!

Our favourite is the Sky pack (everyone loves rainbow right?) and the Tokyo set, because that’s where we’re from!

Designed by British designer Duncan Shotton.


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