The best gifts for book lovers (that aren't books) 2022

The best gifts for book lovers (that aren't books) 2022

Jessica Le

Don't know what to get for your bibliophile family member or book nerd friend? It's hard enough picking out a book in case they may already have read it but the below gifts are sure to enhance their joy of reading and books. From stamps to stickers to pins Fleur & Fable has a range of gifts to suit any budget. And best yet we're Australian made and female-owned! We're here to give the book lovers of Australia bookish gifts that align with our values of high detail, traditional craftsmanship and vintage inspired objects.

Personalised Bookplate Rubber Stamps, from $109

Bookplate Rubber Stamp

The ultimate gift is our personalised bookplate rubber stamps for the book tragic. Each stamp features an Australian Jarrah wood handle, uniquely cut and with a laser cut rubber base made to last a lifetime of book stamping. The high quality rubber allows for a crisp stamp impression each time. This mix of modern yet vintage design is what makes these stamps so popular as gifts! These also come with a suede gift bag and wax seal certificate. The act of stamping your name in a book dates back to the 1500s and in particular fosters a sense of connection to your books. These books aren't merely books but your books.  

Personalised Bookplate Stickers, from $30

Personalised bookplate sticker with your name

If you'd like a whole set of bookplates pre-printed with your name we've got you! All of Fleur & Fable's bookplate designs are available for personalisation, printed on matte self-adhesive paper in sets of 25/50/100. These can be printed in 5 business days.

Enamel Title Badge, $12

Enamel title badge

Add an official touch to your shirt pocket with an enamel title badge. Inspired by classic school captain badges but with a bookish twist. 

Don't forget, FREE gift wrapping is available at the checkout to make your gift extra special.


Jessica Le is the founder of Fleur & Fable. She writes about bookplates and is a member of The New Australian Bookplate Society.

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