Top Ten Tuesday – Bookish Merchandise I’d Love to Own

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday! Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, this week is Bookish Merchandise I’d Love to Own. This is an interesting one. I don’t have a lot of space in my house (largely due to my 3 year old son!) so I try to limit what I buy and also stick to only getting things for Mother’s Day, Birthday and Christmas! This is therefore more of a wish list for if I had a larger house…

  1. Miniture Bookshelves with a few of the books that I have read – Etsy Website with Miniture Bookshelves
  2. Jar of miniture books that I have read this year – Etsy Website with Jar of miniture books
  3. Models that you put inbetween books on your bookshelf (Book Nooks) – Book Nook Google Image Search Results
  4. Folded Book Art – Google Image Search Results
  5. Litograph Blanket – Beauty and The Beast Blanket if we are being specific! Litograph Website
  6. Litograph Tote Bag – Jane Eyre – Litograph Website
  7. Character Art – ACOTAR – Google Image Search Results
  8. A Book Pendant Necklace – Google Image Search Results
  9. Book Letterbox Gift Set.
  10. Anything Harry Potter related!

This was quite a hard Top 10 for me this week as I struggle to come up with things I want generally for Mother’s Day, Birthday and Christmas as it is!

What would be on your list?

Happy TTT!

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60 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Bookish Merchandise I’d Love to Own

  1. Leslie

    This is a great list! I’m actually make a hat of tiny books I’ve read this year! It’s been fun! I also understand the 3 year old taking up a lot of space! Mine turns 3 next month. Lol

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      1. Emily Jane Post author

        Wow! 3 floors! I don’t know how they spread but they do. Even in the bathroom, kitchen and hallway. There is always something. I suppose the bigger the house the larger the spread 🤣😂

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  2. Jennifer

    The Litographs are amazing, right?? You could also check out storiarts, they have similar items but with more of a designed element to some of them than just the straight text alone.

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  3. dinipandareads

    I was just looking at the Litograph website—their stuff is so awesome! 😍 I would also love to make a collection of tiny books for all the ones I’ve read this year. I know another book blogger who’s doing it and it’s fab!

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  4. jennielyse

    I had no idea that litographs were a thing. I’ve looked them up thanks to your list and I now want a blanket too. I think I’d want a Harry Potter or Dune one. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      Years ago my sister bought me a picture made up of the words from the first chapter of Pride and Prejudice. I then moved into my own house and needed a picture for the lounge so I looked it up to see what else I could get 🙂

      That’s ok.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      It is incredible. We don’t really even buy outside of Birthdays and Christmas. We just have a fairly large family 😂 I get my reading slot of an evening 😂 it’s exhausting though.

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  5. Rissi

    Some of that folded book art you see on Etsy or wherever sure is stunning! Wish I had a cool talent like that. Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland on this week, Emily! I really appreciate this. 🙂

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