The Best Christmas Gifts for Book Lovers

It’s the most wonderful tiiiiiime of the yearrrrr. Or, well, it ALMOST is. That means it’s time to start making a list (and checking it twice) of things your book loving friends would love to receive for the holidays. I have made that task just a little bit easier for you this year by compiling a list of Top 10 Christmas Gifts for Book Lovers that will help make your lovely bookworm buddies smile.

  1. Candles inspired by books from Frostbeard Studio
    Frostbeard Candles
    What better way to enjoy a book than with a candle whose scent truly transports you to the world it is inspired by? Frostbeard Studio candles are a favorite of my friends over on bookstagram (hint hint: follow me at @worldswithinpages) and their creativity is boundless when it comes to scent creation. (Image courtesy of Frostbeard Studio website)
  2. Book Buddies By Melvis Makes
    Sloth Buddy
    I bet you never knew that a Christmas inspired sloth book buddy was even possible outside of your wildest dreams, did you? Well surprise! Melvis Makes, an incredibly kind creator out of the UK, makes some of the cutest book sleeves ever. Your bookworm will love protecting their books in style this holiday season, so make sure you visit her site on Etsy! (Image courtesy of Melvis Makes on Etsy)
  3. Book tote designs made by Risa Rodilthousand-lives156247-bags
    Risa Rodil has the most gorgeous designs ever and my personal favorites are her book inspired tote bags featuring gorgeous colors and quotes from some of our favorite novels. Visit her store on Society6 and you can’t go wrong! (Image courtesy of Society6)
  4. Bookish Jewelry
    While I don’t have a shop I can recommend (please let me know if you have any favorites), there is a ton of jewelry inspired by books on Etsy. Some of my personal favorites include necklaces that contain quotes from my favorite books including Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Alice in Wonderland. Alex & Ani also just released a line of Harry Potter jewelry, so make sure to check that out!
  5. Fuzzy Socks (extra points if they are book-related)
    Socks
    Sock Sunday is a religion on Instagram and bookstagrammers come out in full force with their warmest, cutest socks to share along side photos of their current reads. Some of my personal favorites are from Modcloth and they are pretty inexpensive to boot and would make a perfect stocking stuffer!

 

I hope this guide has helped you make an awesome list of ideas for the people you love in your life who love books just as much as I do!

Did I miss anything that you want for the holidays that you will be getting for your bookworm friends? Let me know!

Happy Holidays!

-Alisa

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