Literary Paraphernalia: Cool Bags from Jumping Jackalope’s Etsy Shop

A few months ago, we featured a really cool Shakespeare bag from Jumping Jackalope’s Etsy shop. I loved it, so I bought it and have been using it as my school bag for the past quarter. From personal experience I can say that this bag is strong, durable, and pretty cute. And the cool thing about Jumping Jackalope’s shop is that she has tons of literature-themed bags. If you’re ever looking for a strong, durable, and literary bag, you can’t go wrong with one of these. I should also mention that the bag is available in eight different colors, even though the pictures with the embroidered designs are featured on the putty color.

You can also customize the colors of thread used within your design. I have a white Hamlet Skull on the Smoke bag and it’s awesome looking.

Edgar Allen Poe Raven Bag

Yes, that is a Raven made up of the text of “The Raven.”

Once Upon a Time Bag

Start your own fairy tale off with your own fairy tale bag.

F. Scott Fitzgerald Bag

This would look great on a green bag, much like the green light Gatsby kept gazing at across the water.

Mark Twain Bag

While this bag is awesome, it’s not water resistant and would still probably get a little wet on your trip down the river.

Game of Thrones Targaryen Sigil Bag

And for your friends that don’t know what Game of Thrones is (you know, your friends that live under a rock), the dragon still looks cool.

Edgar Allan Poe Portrait Bag

Here’s a great idea for customization: insert a thumping heart device behind the portrait to freak people out and recreate The Tell-Tale Heart.

Jane Austen Bag

Again, I think this would look great on the green bag. It would be reminiscent of Mr. Darcy’s gardens.

Lovecraft Stories Bag

Get lost in a nightmare with this hellishly perfect Lovecraft bag.

Lewis Carrol Bag

You’d have to be mad not to want this.

J.R.R. Tolkien Quote Bag

For The Hobbit fan in your life. Or for you, because you’re allowed to treat yourself every once in a while, right?

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