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5 Last-Minute Handmade Gift Ideas For Bookworms

As Cozy Readers, we’re willing to bet you’ve got a book lover on your holiday shopping list. We know a few, too. And rather than give them another book this year—even though we know they’d be happy—we wanted to find a unique gift, something special. So we searched Etsy for some handmade items for all the readers on our shopping list! We’re sharing some of our favorite ideas, here, all selected from small businesses in the USA.

1. Book Scarf

Image Source: Storiarts

This cozy book scarf from Storiarts is one of our absolute favorite bookish finds! Created by a husband-and-wife team based in Oregon, this Pride and Prejudice book scarf is the first piece of apparel the team started creating when they founded the brand back in 2011.

SHOP: $48

2. Book Cover Art Prints

book print
Image Source: Dare to Dream Prints

With an online shop full of beautiful art prints, we happen to love Dare To Dream Prints’ book cover posters the best. They have a large selection of classic covers to choose from, starting at $12.

SHOP: $12-$95 (depending on size)

3. Book Tote

book tote
Image Source: Literatee

Because every bookworm needs something to carry all their favorite novels in! We love this canvas tote from Literatee, based in Nashua, New Hampshire. They have several others to choose from, including Jane Austen and Alice in Wonderland designs.

SHOP: $20.95

4. Library Stamp

Image Source: Packagery

The lovely design of this library and book stamp from Packagery is so dreamy. We know any reader would love this customizable gift!

SHOP: $26+

5. A Book Necklace

Image Source: Tea and Tentacles

This library necklace makes a wonderful bookish gift. Based in Austin, Texas, Tea and Tentacles has several different types of bookish necklaces from literary quotes to library pictures to art. These necklaces perfect accessory for the bookworm in your life.

SHOP: $10

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