Make reading magical with glow-in-the-dark bookmarks

Remember when a bookmark was a paper rectangle that marked your current page in a paperback book and not a way of marking websites? Sometimes if you didn’t have one you might’ve used a folded corner or spare receipt. However, a good bookmark will hold your place more clearly and reliably than a grubby bit of scrap paper. So, if enjoy reading and you’re a fan actual books, picture this: It’s evening and you’re sitting down to read your favourite book; The dark is making it difficult to read; Reading lights are great and all, but what if a bookmark was the only reading light you needed? 

Glow-in-the-dark bookmarks by Manon Richard
Magical designs light up in turquoise

You can thank jewellery designer and photographer Manon Richard for creating just that. Manon is known for her glow-in-the-dark accessories, but this is the first time she’s applied her magical technique to bookmarks. The results of these glow-in-the-dark bookmarks are taking avid readers by storm. Her reasoning behind this project is simple — she wanted to find her books in the dark. 

“I work full time at home to create jewellery that glows in the dark with joy and passion, I am blessed to be able to do what I love.”

Mark you page with glowing designs
Manon Richard designs

Manon also makes other products such as pendants, earrings and rings. And in order to make her products authentic, she uses a high-quality glow-in-the-dark material with a long afterglow effect. The material glows bright and shines in a blue-green turquoise colour. All you need to do is charge the bookmark beneath a light for a few minutes and it’ll slowly release its glowing energy throughout the night. They even come in all kinds of styles and designs.

Manon’s magical glow-in-the-dark bookmarks will make sure you never lose your place again, even in the dark. If you want one for yourself, you can buy them at her Etsy store here.

Glow-in-the-dark bookmarks
Manon Richard bookmarks

Source: http://www.boredpanda.com/magical-glow-in-the-dark-bookmarks-by-manon-richard/

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