Best gifts for writers that AREN’T books: accessories edition

Hungry-hungry caterpillar makeup bag 

For the femme fatale on your holiday shopping list, this present

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Photo credit: Out of Print

embraces the best of business and pleasure with colorful designs from the beloved children’s book The Hungry Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.

Perfect for any artist or makeup enthusiast, this cute little tote is a lovely find.

Available on Out of Print.

Custom-made Poe shoes

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Photo credit: Etsy

 

Made to order, these flats can be customized to feature almost any design, making them a very personalized present for your favorite book worm.

Available on Etsy.

Holden’s red hat

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Photo credit: Out of Print

 

Reminiscent of Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, this great little necklace is delicate and subtle for any book lover or writer.

Available on Out of Print.

“So it goes” necklace

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Photo credit: Out of Print

This blinged-out phrase from American writer Kurt Vonnegut was made popular by his novel, Slaughterhouse Five. A beautiful and poignant piece of jewelry is a great gift for any Vonnegut fan.

Available on Out of Print.

 Custom-made book locket

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Photo credit: Etsy

This made-to-order pendant is very customizable and personable, with a great, double-sided frame for any photo or memento the wearer would choose to keep inside.

Available on Etsy.

 Down the rabbit hole necklace

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Photo credit: Out of Print

This interesting and delicate piece isn’t your traditional Alice in Wonderland necklace. With Alice at the top of the chain, and the Mad Hatter at the bottom, this unique piece of jewelry is a reflection of Alice’s journey into the madness of Wonderland.

Available on Out of Print.

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