Wednesday 2 January 2013

Bookish Buys: Down The Rabbit Hole...

I'm currently reading Splintered by A. G. Howard, which is a modern adaptation of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and it's reminded me of how aesthetically interesting and fun Wonderland is. I'm clearly not the only one who thinks so - there are sooooo many beautiful, unique products out there inspired by Lewis Carroll's world. Here are some of my faves...

Eat Me tags

Personalised bookmarks

Miniature tea party table 
The White Rabbit print

"Paint the roses red" ring

Playing cards

Disappearing Cheshire Cat mug

Mad Hatter's lamp

White Rabbit's watch
Doorknob necklace

Queen of Hearts paper cut 
Upcycled 2013 planner

White Rabbit journal

The Mad Tea Party print



  1. This post was made for me. Love love love!

  2. I am completely in LOVE with the rose ring, but was kinda surprised at its price: $25.00! I get that it's handmade and all, but that seems a bit steep!

    I also love those "Eat Me" tags--so elegant looking!

    1. It is a bit exxy but it's definitely a conversation starter!

  3. That ring!

    Also, I'm in love with that teapot lamp. I think I could figure out how to make it, so that will be on my list of projects for when we get the new house.

    I love all things Alice (except Splintered ha!) I'm pretty sure you wrote this post for me :)

    1. Oooh I'd love to see pics if you end up making it!

      I can't say I'm enjoying Splintered - glad I'm not the only one, everyone seems to LOVE it.

  4. I used some of those "eat me" tags for our favours at my wedding, they are incredibly cute! And that centerpiece, wow! I wish I had seen that when I got married. Adorable.

  5. The lamp is my favorite! I love it!

  6. Those are all fantastic and make me want to get out my credit card stat!

  7. Precious precious!
    I made little eat me tags for my baby shower last year.
    Though admittedly not as cute as these.
    I adore Alice in Wonderland.

  8. How about this print? The artist's work is fantastic - one work is on the cover of Pullman's Grimm Fairytales book.

    1. Wow, that is stunning! Thanks for sharing.