Thursday, 14 November 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 
Wizard Of Oz shoes by Cornish Wench Does Art
for Dorothy In the Land of Monsters by Garten Gevedon



I found a
Stranger Danger bottle cap pendant
by Hippy Gypsy Fairy Ware
for Alfie And The Dead Girls by Jamie Stewart



I found a
Coat And Capelet Set by Technodolly
for Winter's Captive by Robin D Mahle and Elle Madison



I found an
Ada Lovelace poster by Rachel Ignotofsky
for Charles And Ada by James Essinger



I found a
Graffiti Model Train by White Sliced Oaf
for The Girl And The Rat by Jari Jarvela



I found a
for The Space Between Time by Charlie Laidlaw



I found an
Braille Birthday Card by Beth Lau Braille
for Seeing Red by Lina Meruane




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. Excellent -I really smiled at the connections especially that gravitational dress!

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    1. I love the idea of the science print dresses! Younger me would have been so inspired :-)

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  2. Those are great finds. Etsy always has interesting things on that site.

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  3. Your pairings are fantastic! That women in the caplet could double for the woman on the cover. I had to do a double take.

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    1. Me too! I just searched for Blue Cape and, for a second, wondered if the pics were from the same photoshoot!

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  4. I haven't really explored Etsy but I am loving these items you picked. Those shoes are amazing!

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    1. The shoes are so gorgeous! I'm almost tempted to get them for myself except I embarrassingly totter in anything over about an inch heel!

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    1. If I could walk in them, I would have snapped up those heels! As it is, I feel they could star in my Bookish Museum - when I win the lottery to fund it!

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