Holiday Gift Guide: 30 Enamel Pins For Literature Lovers

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Anyone who knows me even a little knows that I love the holidays. I love the food, the music, the decorations, and especially the extra time spent with those I love. I also really love giving gifts.

For me, gift-giving is a year-round affair. Did you mention in May that you were searching for a book on Old Hollywood scandals or couldn’t wait to read the sequel to a book you absolutely loved the year before? Chances are I was surreptitiously making a note on my phone and you would eventually find that very thing waiting under the tree for you come December.

Of all the gifts I love to give, I particularly love book-inspired ones. Shocking, I know. There’s a particular joy in sharing what I love with others, and seeing that thing inspire joy in them, too. This year, I thought it might be fun to share a series of gift guides that will do just that. From mugs to enamel pins, jewelry to artwork, over the next couple of weeks I’ll be sharing a number of different gift guides for the literature lover in your life that will hopefully make this holiday season a little more fun, a lot less stressful, and maybe even help you love gift-giving, too.

01. “Live Your Most Creative Life” by Sugarnova Shop

02. “Books Are Magic” by Fairy Cakes

03. “The Book Was Better” by CoconuTacha

04. “A Reader Lives A Thousand Lives” by The Clever Clove

05. “In Love With A Fictional Character” by Sweet and Lovely

06. “Always Seeking Magic” by White Wide Woods

07. “When In Doubt, Go To The Library” by Nutmeg and Arlo

08. “Books, Fuck Yeah!” by Punky Pins

09. “Sleep is Good. Books are Better.” by Brio and Brandish

10. “Harry’s Glasses” by Joy Addict

11. “Book People Are Awesome People” by My Secret Copy

12. “Bookshop” by Fable and Black

13. “Book Scout” by Justine Gilbuena

14. “Book Dragon” by Read and Wonder

15. “Dracula” by Literary Emporium

16. “I Shelve By Color” by Quarter Press

17. “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before” by That’s Lovely Dear

18. “One More Page” by Meredith Cox Design

19. “Little Grey Cells” by Lottiphillpotti

20. “Frankenstein” by Illustrations by Laura Crow

21. “Imagine” by Wonderfall Pins

22. “His Dark Materials” by Icey Designs

23. “Pennywise” by Miranda Dressler

24. “Books Are My World” by Bookmanity Shop

25. “Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket” by Ooh The Fox Knows

26. “Open Book” by Emmeline Illustration

27. “Constant Vigilance” by Pure Dead Brilliant Co.

28. “Wizard of Oz” by Tiny Robotz

29. “Bosom Friends Forever” by Story Seamstress Art

30. “Reader Roulette” by Dust and Pages

One Response

  1. Ooh, so many lovely pins *-* I’ll have to keep “I shelve by colour” in mind as a gift for my sister…and add #2 and #21 to my own wishlist 😛 For the longest time, I didn’t have anywhere to put pins but now I can add them to my librarian landyard ^^ (And I feel like I should say, hello! As I think this is the first time I’ve commented. I’m also a Canadian book blogger.)
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Jen is a thirty-something Canadian book blogger and bibliophile currently residing in the wilds of suburbia. Aside from a penchant for older men, particularly those with the surnames Firth, Elba and Norton, Jen is also passionately interested in running, Mad Men, and Marilyn Monroe. In addition to being a voracious reader and self-proclaimed television addict, Jen is also an aspiring children and youth services librarian who would like to pursue a MLIS and better help readers find the perfect book for them.