Bibliocrafting: Book Jewelry

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Lots of people who love books like to wear it on their sleeve… or, rather, their necks, wrists, and ears, in the form of jewelry!

Onyxnox made this mini book as a pendant:

Malmow has two great examples of mini book pendants, here and here:

These pendants by alteredmommy use bits of book pages as one of several elements:

Or maybe you want to show off a more specific book love, like lil_lisa did with this Harry Potter jewelry (there are also some great earrings at the link!):

Or the way laurenashleyh shows some Hunger Games love with these earrings:

How do you wear your books? Have you turned them into cufflinks, bracelets, rings, barrettes, or something else?

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  1. Kerry says:

    I love bookish jewelry, both wearing it and making it! The majority of the jewelry that I make for my Etsy shop, Ciarrai Studios (http://www.etsy.com/shop/ciarraistudios) is related to books and poetry. I make:

    Charm necklaces – like my Tea at Pemberley Charm Necklace, inspired by Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (https://www.etsy.com/listing/117807857/pride-and-prejudice-necklace-jane-austen?ref=shop_home_active),

    Resin pendants – like this Aslan pendant inspired by C. S. Lewis’ Narnia series ( https://www.etsy.com/listing/112333628/alsan-the-lion-narnia-necklace-c-s-lewis?ref=shop_home_active),

    and Bracelets – like this onyx bracelet with text from Pablo Neruda’s poem, Your Laughter(https://www.etsy.com/listing/124558197/pablo-neruda-your-laughter-love-poem?ref=shop_home_active).

    I am also inspired by the lives of my favorite authors and poets, like in this series of charm necklaces inspired by actual love letters written by Oscar Wilde, Mark Twain, John Keats, and others. (https://www.etsy.com/shop/CiarraiStudios/search?search_query=Love+Letter+Charm+Necklaces&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search)

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