Library Cards Printable

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Originally published May 17, 2017. Updated April 19, 2020.

Nothings says nostalgic organizing like library card drawers. They are just so vintage-y charming. Last week I shared my beautiful upcycled library drawers that I use to organize my craft room.

After days of sitting and admiring that lovely upcycled vintage-ness, I realized that I also wanted to create my own library cards printables to use in my library card drawers and to use in even more craft and organizing projects.

My mind boggles with all the possible uses for these printable library cards. organizing labels, for cards, for note cards and more.

library card printables in six different colors with title text reading Library Card Printable in six different colors

Just think of all the fun uses for these printable library cards. 

  • Use to track and organize your book collection.
  • Use as organizing tags to label organizing bins.
  • These bright, cheerful colors are perfect to organize a craft room.
  • Use to take memos or notes.
  • Use in creating cards for birthdays, thank yous and more.
  • Use for family chore charts.
  • Use for lunchbox notes for your children.
  • Teachers could use them for classroom organization.
  • Use them to create DIY notebooks using the technique in this DIY Captain America notebook.
  • Make library card bookends.
  • You could make a collage and frame it for art in the office or at a homework station.
turquoise blue metal library card drawers in front of a window

Library Cards Printable

I have happy memories of using the card catalog at the library when I was very, very (cough, cough) young.

I was working on a printable checklist late one night when I realized that it would be fun to make my own printable library cards.

colorful sheets for library scavenger hunts

If you like library card printables, I’m sure you’d enjoy this free library scavenger hunt. You can download and print it immediately.

How to Print these free Library Cards

  • Get your free copy of these 6 library card templates when you sign up for our free newsletter. You will receive and email with the printable pdf.
  • Tap on the pfd in the email. That will cause the document to open in a new window.
  • Right tap on the document and save it to your computer.
  • You can then print the library card as many times as you’d like for your personal use.
  • Please share the link to this post with friends and not your saved pdf.

Free Library Card in Six Different Colors

I wanted to create a traditional blue library card to pay homage to those happy researching times with the card catalog just a few (cough, cough) years ago.

blue library card

After designing my first blue library card, I knew then that I had to keep on designing them in more colors because they’re just so much fun. More bright colors equals more fun organizing.  How about a red library card?

red library card

Did you notice that I added Organized 31 in place of the printing company on the bottom of the card? What would you use this purple library card for?

purple library card

And you know that I had to have my library cards printed in the USA (see it even says it at the bottom right of the card). Isn’t this pink library card just so sweet?

pink library card

I see this orange library card used in many different Halloween crafts and gifts.

Orange library card

How about organizing your earth-friendly belonging with this green library card?

green library card
Get Your Free 6 Library Cards Templates
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More Book Related Free Printables

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With all of six of these bright, cheerful colors, you can create all kinds of happy organizing systems and crafts. Be sure to grab your own copy of these library cards printable and have fun crafting and organizing. 

More book and library card ideas:

Library Card Drawers to Organize a Craft Room

top image of brown metal library card drawersbottom image - of upcycled blue library card drawers

DIY Bookmark

bird face bookmark on open book with snacks on a table

Upcycled Book Page Wreath

wreath made from upcycled book pages with red ribbon

Farm Animal Book Hugger

Two books with felt farm animal bookmarks

Flower Book Hugger Bookmarks

Close up of pink felt flower book mark

Check out all my favorite repurposed organizing ideas, crafts, hacks and more in the table below. You can scroll though the table and look for ideas or search for specific ideas with the magnifying glass in the upper right-hand corner (on desktop). Click on the topic and then click through the specific article.

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14 Comments

  1. You are so good at making printables! That’s great you were able to make those library cards in all of those different colors. Next time I see the librarian at my son’s school, I’ll have to tell her about them.

    1. Once I started, I just couldn’t stop, Brenda! I had so much fun making them. šŸ™‚ Hope your librarian has fun organizing and crafting with them.

  2. Love these cards. I must say, that I really love the library card holder. Such a bright and pretty color.

  3. I’m having these printed on fabric. Someone in the Buy Nothing group I’m in suggested sewing up some bags that could be passed around among members. She wanted to track where things had been. I’ll sew one of these into each bag so people can check in if they want to.

    1. Hi, Laura. You can click on each image or the underlined text that has the color of the library card above each image. When you click on it, the image will open in a new window. Right click on the image and save it to your computer. You can then print it from your printer as many times as you’d like.

    1. An email is sent to your inbox as soon as you sign up. Double check your spam folder for it. Once you click the link in the email, the pdf will open immediately. You can always email me for help.

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