On reflection…

Over the last year we’ve produced a selection of bookmarks featuring a selection of spiritual material.

5minutesCorner“5 minutes with God”
You’ll have seen that we’ve a few boxes left of the
“5 minutes with God” design that was produced for a variety of churches and public facing organisations.

  • Sit down comfortably, feet flat on the floor.
  • For one minute, just be still: relax your muscles, calm your breathing, listen.
  • For one minute, remember something you are grateful for. Say thank-you…
  • For one minute, remember something you regret. Say sorry…
  • For one minute, think of some good thing you would like for another person…

BMonBible2Commemorative Reflections
We’ve produced reflective bookmarks to commemorate religious achievement and enrollment.  This one features Psalm 91 on the reverse:

Psalm 91
1 He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.

2 I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.”…



Names of Jesus
For a small Christian community we have recently designed a bookmark that features “names of Jesus” and a word-search puzzle designed to engage the reader with the topic.

We can create content that helps you to interact with your audience, puzzles quizzes, QR codes to videos and web-content can all act to trigger interaction and communication with the reader. A signpost to you and your services.


SanwellWW1bmThe Great War
We recently produced designs for public libraries in Sandwell to help commemorate the centenary of World War One, and to help publicise their local history and archives collections.


We are more than happy to create free-of-charge draft designs for you to show what might be archived with a simple yet effective promotional bookmark.

Just give Jules a shout!

Exceedingly good reproduction rates! …from a few hundred to a few 1000 copies.


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