Pictured above is the front and back of an interesting triangular bookmark that I found in the bottom of a box of used books. The seam on the back of the bookmark has come unglued, but it still does its job just fine, slipping over the upper-right corner of a page.
There are some good websites — including Jovers and Tally's Treasury — that show you how you can make one of these bookmarks yourself.
Of course, if you want an eco-conscious and super-quick corner bookmark, just cut the corners off an envelope you've already received in the mail. And you can still go ahead and decorate it any way you like.
|The bookmark in use on Sarah's James Bond book.|