Seven Stylish, Handmade Cases For Your E-Reader

Seven Stylish, Handmade Cases For Your E-Reader

Laura E. Hall
Mar 14, 2011

Etsy is our go-to resource when looking for new device cases for ourselves and to give as gifts. We have a Kindle and a Nook at home, both of which are in need of sleeves. Below, we've gathered some of our favorite handmade options, found on Etsy.

This cranberry lined vinyl sleeve ($18) by toomanysquares has a cool button and looping ribbon design to keep your e-reader snug.

We're in love with this Alice in Wonderland padded sleeve ($24) by sakizome, who offers in a wide range of designs in similarly adorable Japanese fabrics.

This Moleskine-style case ($49.99) by PadandQuill is seriously cool, with a precision frame and rubber bumpers to keep your device tucked safely away. Shown here for Kindle, and it's available in other sizes for other devices.

This lovely merino felt wool sleeve ($49) by joevleather has a customizable leather strap, and the hand-dyed wool comes in a variety of light and dark shades.

No roundup is complete without something related to Pac-Man, and this cool case and holder ($24) by SewKawaiiCreations fits the bill perfectly. It folds back on itself for reading and holds the e-reader in with electric straps.

These cases crafted from used books ($34.99) by Rookcase are a clever way to conceal your e-reader. The device rests inside a birch tray atop a custom color.

This leather case ($90) by tovicorrie has a gorgeous sparrow and leaf print and two delicate straps to keep your e-reader tucked away.

None of these to your liking? Etsy has hundreds more to choose from. Did you buy a handmade case for your e-reader? Share the link in the comments!

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