Monday, 14 October 2019

Bookishly Inspired Etsy Finds

I add 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!

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 ...

I found 
by Rebecca McConnachie 



I found a
Cloth Art Doll by Gothic Moppets
for Velvalee Dickinson by Barbara Casey



I found a
Palomino Horse Print by Art By Shano
for Killer In The Band by Lauren Carr



I found a
Silver Biohazard Pendant Necklace by Arctida
for Past This Point by Nicole Mabry



I found a
Framed Rapunzel Vogue Print by Daisy Chain Lane UK
for The Witch's Tower by Tamara Grantham



I found a
The Miniaturist Handbag by Sincronicity
for The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton



I found a
Sister Like You birthday card by Cymru Craft Cottage
for My Sister, The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite



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.

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

10 comments:

  1. Love this! Whenever I finish a book or series that I really loved, I always hit up Etsy to see what they have that relates to the story. ;)

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? 💬

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    1. I love that there are so many bookish sellers on Etsy too :-)

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  2. Ohh, sounds interesting! I will check Etsy now.

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    1. Careful though, Etsy is wonderfully addictive even just for browsing :-)

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  3. I LOVE browsing Etsy (& Society 6) for bookish gift ideas. I buy most of my blogger holiday gifts on there.

    Love how you paired it with specific books.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. I hadn't heard about Society6 before so thank you for the shoutout. It looks like an excellent browsing site too :-)

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  4. These are always fun! But oh so bad for those trying to save money. Lol.

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    1. Sorry about that, Joy ;-)
      I have to limit myself to (mostly) just browsing too!

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