The last thing the internet needs is another gift guide, yet here we are. I had so much fun making last year’s that I wanted to do it again. I realized as I was putting together items for this year that this is basically just a list of stuff I want for myself. Instead of buying all of it, though, I’m sharing it with you. ‘Tis the season for giving!
Many of the gift guides I view share stuff that’s a tad pricey, suggesting I get Aunt Carol a $500.00 crystal bowl in the shape of a swan. All of the items I’m sharing today are under $40.00, however, and would make the book lovers in your life quite happy. Merry shopping!
Jane Mount’s illustrations are beautiful, and who doesn’t love a journal? (ANSWER: Monsters with no souls.) Inside this beauty are guided pages in which to track your reading. This might be in my Amazon cart right now.
How lovely are these bookmarks? I love gifts that are both beautiful and practical. You can create these bookmarks with the quote of your choosing and personalize them with your loved one’s name or initials. This would make such a special gift.
Bookends are great. Dogs are also great. But dog bookends? It’s almost too much greatness.
“Coffee, book, nap, repeat” is what I live by on a daily basis. Any home decor item that celebrates that routine is a winner, especially when it has a cute pocket and adorable stripes. I just love this little pillow.
Maybe you’re like me and have approximately 27 tote bags. That doesn’t mean you don’t need a 28th tote bag.
This calendar includes book recommendations, quizzes, quotes, and more. I can’t imagine any reader not wanting this on their desk.
You know what book people like? Being warm and cozy with their books. Add to their experience with this candle that’s a mixture of orange, ginger, pine, and cinnamon.
Etsy has many beautiful prints, but I especially like this one. There’s something about typewriters I just love, and the addition of the bright flowers makes this picture fun and unique.
I’ve seen these in person at a local store and almost bought them for myself, thinking they’d look great as wall art. I knew I didn’t need 100 literary postcards then, but it’s possible I need them now. One must always be prepared.
I have a couple of these serving at nightstands right now and I love them. They hold a lot of books, look sleek, and are easy to move. If you know someone whose bookshelves are overflowing, this cart will help and look cute at the same time.
I hope this was as fun for you as it was for me. Did you see anything you like?