Hello, Literacy Lovers! I don’t know about you, but I love finding fun and unique bookish items to ooh and ahh over, and every once in awhile, buy for school or home. I am not afraid to admit that I’m also a sucker for a fun bookish t-shirt to represent my love of reading and writing. I’ve missed these posts, so I thought I would start them up again. Enjoy! 🙂
If you’re new to Literacy Loot posts, you might want to start here:
Introducing…. Literacy Loot! Week 1
Literacy Loot (2) Reading signs for the home
Literacy Loot (3) Buttons and T-shirts
Literacy Loot (4) Library Stamp, Notebook iPad Cover, T-shirt
Literacy Loot (5) Read & Write Banners, Grasshopper stapler, and Grammar Plates
Literacy Loot (6) Teacher Treasures: Teacher Business Cards, Shelf tree wall decals
Literacy Loot Week 7: Teacher Treasures PART 4: The Best of the Best
Harry Potter Must Haves and a Book Scented Candle
And now, without further ado, here’s this week’s Literacy Loot!
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Literacy Loot to Wear:
Isn’t this t-shirt cool? I am a little biased, since my anniversary is March 23rd, but what a cool concept! $28 from outofprintclothing.com
This cute t-shirt is from ShopJustWish on Etsy and is $19.95. There are a lot of variations and color choices of this tee and the site also lists some shoes and other clothing items (notebook paper onesies, anyone?) that are worth a look!
Literacy Loot For School:
I love classroom library stamps and think this one is perfect. Listed at $31.50 from YellowFishPaperie on Etsy.
These page markers come from The Container Store and are $7.99. I love the packaging and think this would be a fun teacher gift to start or end the school year.
Literacy Loot for Home:
The Etsy shop Bright Designscle features 40 really cool literary art prints that you need to check out! They are $18 each and so gorgeous. There are quotes from several authors, including John Green, Cassandra Clare, Stephen Chbosky and J.D. Salinger.
This upcycled origami crane mobile made of vintage children book pages is simple, functional and pretty affordable at $29. You can find it at Spare Bedroom Studio on Etsy.
See you next Friday with more literacy loot! Happy shopping!
(Disclaimer – These items were found via Pinterest, Etsy or through internet searches. I am not being compensated by companies for posting these items… even though that would be pretty cool.)