Close Mobile Menu

If you’re like us, you put a lot more thought into giving gifts than your own wish list. But how are you going to wrap those gifts? After all, your literary minded friends and family deserve at least a hint as to which of the gifts under the tree are for them. Don’t worry. Quirk has you covered. We’ve scoured Etsy for the perfect bookish gift wrapping so you can spend a little more time dreaming up the perfect gift.

Old Encyclopedia Paper Bags

Who needs stockings when you have gift bags made from encyclopedia pages? Each bag is one of a kind and splattered with so much knowledge that the bibliophile in your life might need reminding that the true gift is inside the packaging. Get yours from TCWitchcraftFactory on Etsy!
 

Assorted Library Card Gift Tags


The library connoisseurs in your life will geek out when they see you’ve used one of these borrower cards as a gift tag. Get creative with the author and title section by listing their favorite book or one that’s on their TBR for 2016. It could even be the title of a book you’ve wrapped up for them. After the holidays, the tag can be repurposed as a bookmark. Get yours from knotandbow on Etsy

 

Book Page Gift Bow



We all know that the bow is the gift wrapping equivalent of the of the maraschino cherry on your sundae. These gift bows made from book pages are completely irresistible. And imagine the fun you’ll have with these once all the presents have been opened. Because we can’t be the only ones who make a game of sneaking gift bows onto the heads of our family members while they’re enjoying dessert and coffee. Get yours from KristaMaeStudio on Etsy!

Not finding what you're looking for? We at Quirk also made our own #GiveABook gifting kit and customizable gift tags for all your holiday needs! 


Danielle Mohlman's picture

Danielle Mohlman

Danielle Mohlman is a playwright, bookworm, and library connoisseur. You can find her on Twitter and Tumblr. (She has a lot to say.) And on Instagram. (She never foodstagrams.) When she grows up, she wants to be Leslie Knope.