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Sabrina Lajara, Contributor
 
May 26, 2011

20 Cute Book Plates and Name Tags from FN!

Make going back to school fun—personalize your child's school supplies with these cute labels! By Sabrina Lajara
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The new school year is starting soon, and we're pretty sure that moms are making the rounds of book stores, trying to buy the best school supplies for their kids. And given how tight money can be around this time of year, you certainly will want to try to make sure your child doesn't lose his or her books or school supplies during the upcoming semester. One way to guard against that is to make sure things are properly labeled. That way, no one (not even your child's sibs) will mistake your kid's stuff for their own.

Browse through our gallery and take a look at 20 cute book plate and name tag designs that you can print and use as labels for your kids' books, notebooks, and other school supplies.

We’ve laid out the assortment of plates on two pages to help you print these out and use them. Like them all? Follow these instructions:


1. Download the PDF by clicking on the link below:

2. Open the file in your PDF Reader. Don't have one? Click here to access the download page for Adobe Reader.

Alternately, you can access the JPEG files for each page, save them onto your desktop, and open them in your image manager.

3. Click File, then from the dropdown menu, click Print. You may want to adjust your printer preferences to high-quality photo printing.

4. Load up your printer with sticker or board paper, and print as many copies as you like!

5. Once printed, cut out your cards and use them to make sure your kids’ belongings are properly labeled once they’re back at school!


Want just a couple of the designs? You can simply right-click on the image you want from the gallery below, hit Save Image As . . ., save it to your desktop or a convenient location, then lay it out using Microsoft Word, Photoshop, or even your built-in image manager for printing.
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  • pompz May 26 2011 @ 10:07am Report Abuse
       
    thanks for posting these cute printable :-)
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  • annabanana May 26 2011 @ 12:58pm Report Abuse
       
    For kids? im printing these for me hehe. love love love the animal ones. i'll put them on MY books...
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  • shelo08 May 26 2011 @ 03:47pm Report Abuse
       
    hehe :) iloveit!
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  • susan montoya May 31 2011 @ 08:52pm Report Abuse
       
    nice :-)
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  • czarina Jun 01 2011 @ 09:14pm Report Abuse
       
    awesome!! love this name tags
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  • arlene Jun 09 2011 @ 10:53am Report Abuse
       
    can you make some hello kitty tags..
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  • francis Jun 30 2012 @ 09:21pm Report Abuse
       
    love it.. hoping for more unique design
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