Friday, January 31, 2020

Sites to Order "Bookish" Tees

Over the years, I've collected a lot of "bookish" tees.  I thought I would share some of my favorite sites to purchase these fun tees from.

Out of Print is one of THE BEST sites to find "bookish" tees. They offer licensed tees of characters like Elephant and Piggie and Harry Potter as well as a "book nerd" collection and a library collection.

A fairly well-known place to order tees is Cafe Press.  They offer a wide variety of designs and styles, but those styles don't stick around forever, so if you see something you like, you have to get it right then.

Here are some of my favorite purchases from Cafe Press. You may or may not be able to find these now as I purchased them all several years ago. But there are still many fun designs to choose from.

A few years ago, I came across Elementary Library Mama on Instagram. She has an awesome librarian tee shop that offers many different styles and colors. The one pictured above is one of my favorites.  I often wear it on Fridays for Makers Club meetings.  You can find it HERE.

Erin Flanagan of Erintegration started a new tee company last year called Digital Identiee.  Her shirts are technology based, but if you have a MakerSpace in your library/media center, you might enjoy her tees.

This is one of my favorites.  You can find it HERE on Etsy.

Happy Noodle Designs is a newer company I found on Instagram that offers a ton of cute teacher and  "bookish" tees, and they often offer a discount if you are following them on Instagram.  You can find their store HERE.

THIS is one of my recent purchases.  Shipping was super fast and the quality of the shirt is top notch.

Another fun site I learned about on IG is Keen Bee Studio. She sells on Etsy and on her own shop.  You can find her store HERE.

THIS is on e of my favorite designs from KeenBee.

One of my favorite sites to order tees from isn't even a literary company.  TeeTurtle has an awesome collection of licensed tees- everything from Disney and Star Wars to Marvel and Deadpool.  And many times they have characters shirts that show a love a reading. These tees are a great way to start a conversation about reading with your students who are fans of some of these characters.

I got this Belle shirt from TeeTurtle. This design is no longer available, but there is another version. You can view it HERE.

What are your favorite sites to order bookish tees?

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