Magical Glow-In-The-Dark Bookmarks By Manon Richard – Design You Trust

Magical Glow-In-The-Dark Bookmarks By Manon Richard


Jewelry designer and photographer Manon Richard has been making fabulous glow-in-the-dark pieces for some time now, but this time she’s applied her technique to creating fabulous bookmarks for literature lovers. The bookmarks add a welcome element of magical realism to the covers of your favorite books, but they also serve a practical purpose as well – you’ll be able to find your books in the dark,

More info: Etsy (h/t: boredpanda)


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