Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Bookishly inspired Etsy Finds!

I've recently started adding a fun little ending to each post on my daily Literary Flits book blog. It's Etsy finds, each inspired by that day's featured book, and I'm loving browsing the Etsy website for connected ideas!

I'd love to hear from book bloggers (or anyone else!) with an Etsy shop who would like to see something of theirs featured. Please feel welcome to add your links in the Comments.

If you want to browse the items without their books, I've set up a Rainbow of Pinterest Boards. Before you click away though, here's a selection of my favourite finds from the past few weeks ...


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I found a 
by Jennifer Honeybourn

by Sparrow Seas

Room Full Of Mirrors 
by Charles R Cross

by Fu Tile Atelier

Long Road From Jarrow 
by Stuart Maconie
by Stroud Labour Party


Fate Of Dragons 
by Alisha Klapheke

by Mad March Moon

Blindness 
by Jose Saramago
by avedouda

Mrs Dalloway 
by Virginia Woolf
by Bagsy Me First

Gotta Find A Home 
by Dennis Cardiff
by Rosy Pads


(Book links go to their Literary Flits blog pages. Etsy links are affiliate links and go directly to each Etsy item page.)

6 comments:

  1. Such cool finds! I love the Menstrual Pad Donation pantry. :)

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    1. It's a great idea! I hadn't realised that this sort of thing existed before I spotted the Etsy find

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  2. The dragon suncatcher is beautiful!

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    1. I love the dragon's colours - almost a perfect match for the book cover!

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  3. I love finding things on Etsy that correlate with books! I recently read the ACTOAR series and purchased a necklace that represented The Night Court. It has mountains on a pendant, with a separate shooting star attachment that moves across the mountains. It's even better when you wear them and people recognize where they're from! Instant book conversation. <3

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? 💬

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    1. I love the sound of that necklace. Great find!!

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