Etsy is a dangerous, dangerous site. And below is where I will prove this claim.
This might not seem dangerous, but let me explain. I never knew this existed before. Now that I know it exist and where to find it, I can now want it. Someday, when I have extra money, I am going to buy this thing and love it.
And I will most likely buy this as well. I can’t help it.
Of course, I have always been a pearl fan so this charm bracelet might be more my style.
And if I’m fictionally buying bracelets for myself, I might as well throw in another necklace.
Or maybe two.
Or an awesome silver ring with an epic quote hidden inside.
Moving out of the jewelry realm, Etsy.Com has a ton of adorable Shakespeare themed bags as well.
Like this nice looking wallet that has the appearance of a Much Ado about Nothing book when closed.
Or this awesome Romeo and Juliet bag that looks like a book with handles.
And if I ever need a huge bag, I can just by myself this Complete Works of William Shakespeare bag.
Of course, no Shakespeare gear collection would be complete without some book related accessories.
I want these adorable Romeo and Juliet bookmarks, for starters.
I also want this bloody yet brilliant journal designed around Shakespeare’s bloodiest play – Titus Andronicus.
This is probably one of my favorite items on Etsy, but it is also one of the most expensive. I can only imagine how much work went into this piece and while it is expensive, I can’t say it’s not worth it. This is a piece I’d keep under glass and on display someplace for people to admire.
Finally, we get to something I can afford now.
Oh Etsy, you are such a dangerous place and now I’ve inadvertently created a list with links to all the things I want for myself someday. There goes any extra cash I planned on having in the next year.
– Amanda Riggle
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