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Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Christmas Gift Guide: Gifts for Book Lovers


Welcome to my first Christmas gift guide of 2015!
 
Now that Halloween is well and truly out of the way, I can embrace my favourite time of the year without judgement. For me, Christmas isn't just about one day. Christmas begins on the 1st of November and the excitement builds every single day between then and the 25th December. I've already done a lot of my Christmas shopping (I know!) but just in case you haven't, I thought I'd throw together a few gift guides to help you out this festive season. And I know it may only be the 4th of November... but I'd rather get my gift guides up too early than too late!

 
Penguin 100 Book Covers Colouring Book. £9.99, Waterstones. Colouring books have surged in popularity this year, but if you (or your gift recipient) is more into reading than fancy patterns then this one is a must. It features 100 Penguin book covers for you to colour to your heart's content!
 
Personal Library Set. £11.95, Waterstones. If you're that person that always lends out their books to friends and family, you need this library set in your life! It contains a pack of self-adhesive pockets to stick into your books, a date stamp set and a little notepad so you can keep track of everything. I think this is SO cute!
 
Personalised Bookmark. £3.25,eBay. I personally don't use bookmarks (I'm more of a dog-ear-the-pages kinda girl. Please don't hate me haha!) but I'm sure for anyone that does, this personalised bookmark would be the perfect gift. You could choose to have their name on it, or maybe their favourite book character! I think that even something like their Game of Thrones House might be a cute thing to have.
 
The Shire Scented Soy Candle. £9.99, Etsy. I'm not sure what I love most about this candle - the fact that it's vegan or the fact that it smells like my homeland, The Shire! I think this is such a cute idea and I can only imagine how fresh and floral this would smell. They also have different bookish variations, including Rivendell and Winterfell!
 
Book Journal. £8, Paperchase. By using this nifty little book journal, you'll be able to keep track of everything related to your reading. Make lists of books you'd like, what's on your TBR, favourite quotes from books... there's even a section for you to write up your own book reviews! Perfect for any reader, but I feel like a book blogger would really appreciate this!
 

5 comments:

  1. Everything on this list looks great. I've added the candle etsy page to my favourites. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to look more into some of these.

    Helen
    Tea in the Tub

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  2. Everything on this list looks great. I've added the candle etsy page to my favourites. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to look more into some of these.

    Helen
    Tea in the Tub

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  3. I love the idea of a gift list for book lovers! I definitely need the colouring book, I just ordered the Harry Potter one from Amazon.

    Roxie | The Beautiful Bluebird

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  4. I've been eyeing up those candles for so long! Definitely going on my list this year!

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  5. I would love to have a personal library kit! I've actually been looking for one that I like enough to add to a wish list or buy for myself. I also need to smell these bookish candles. Everyone raves about them. :)

    Erin @ The Hardcover Lover

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