December 6, 2011

Kindle Cover from a Hardcover Book

 This isn't a kid-related project, but sometimes parents deserve a special treat too!

NOTE:  For some reason, this page and tutorial is not loading properly for some readers.  If this is the case and you need the step by step directions, just email me at ComeTogetherKids@hotmail.com


Last month I treated myself to the new Kindle Fire and I'm loving it so far.  After it arrived, I knew I needed a case to protect my new toy,  but I wasn't about to shell out another 30 or 40 bucks just for a holder.  So, since necessity is the mother of invention, I made my own (and I have to say I like it way better than the more expensive alternative).



Check this out...


And did any observant readers notice that the title of the book is "Laura"?  How cool is that!?!?   

( I picked up the book years ago because of the title.  I don't remember the story being memorable, but I'm glad I held on to it because it's the perfect new Kindle cover for me!)


Okay, now do you want to see how easy it was to make?  It's totally no-sew and costs only a few dollars!


Here's what you'll need:

  • approx. 1/3 yard quilted fabric (mine was reversible)
  • 3/8" iron on adhesive tape ( I used Heat n Bond )
  • 3/8" elastic
  • hard cover book that's a bit bigger than your Kindle
  • glue gun (not pictured!)












Here's what to do:   

(Don't be overwhelmed by the ton of pictures and steps, it's not hard!  I just tried to show each step because I couldn't give measurements since each book will be a different size!)


1.  Cut the pages out of your book. I just used a sharp knife to cut down either side of the spine.


2.  (Optional)  My book was quite a bit thicker than my Kindle, so I ran some hot glue down the edges of the spine and pushed it together to make it a little bit narrower.


See how it's not as thick as the original book now?

3.  Lay your cover open flat and cut your fabric about 1/2" longer than your book, and a little more than one and a half times as wide.

 




See how there's extra fabric?  That will make your pocket.





4.  Put your Kindle on the book and decide how tall you want your pocket to be so your Kindle fits in, but you can still easily pull it out.  Then add 1/2", and cut across.


5.  Put your iron on tape across the top of your pocket piece and iron in place.


6.  Then cut 1/2" slit at the end of the tape, remove the paper backing, and iron down 1/2" hem.  

(NOTE: You could probably just use hot glue for this too, but I liked how the iron on tape gave me nice straight edges)


See how the iron on hem finishes off the top of the pocket?

7.  Okay, now we're going to get the first side ready.  Cut another 1/2" slit at the top of your pocket so you can finish off the top part of the edge.



8.  Turn your fabric over, put the iron on tape along that top part of the edge, and iron down a 1/2" hem.

Like how I get lazy and use a towel instead of dragging out my ironing board?
9.  Now with the fold of the pocket and the hem on the top part, the left side is finished off.


10.  Put another strip of iron on tape along the left edge, remove the paper and iron the left side of the pocket down.  (This helps keep your device in a little bit from the outside edge of the cover)


11.  Next, put your Kindle in the pocket and decide where its right edge will be so it's a snug fit.  Add 1" to that mark and cut your fabric.



12.  Put your iron on tape on your new cut edge, then iron down a 1/2" hem.




13.  Okay, you're almost finished with the pocket!  Just put the iron on tape on the side and bottom of your pocket, peel off the paper backing and iron in place.



14.  Next, let's finish off the bottom edge!  Just turn your fabric over, put iron on tape along the bottom edge, peel off the paper backing and iron down a 1/2" hem.


15.  Now get that hot glue gun warmed up and let's start attaching our fabric to our book.  ( I decided to glue down two sides, then finish the rest of the edges so it fit the cover perfectly, instead of trying to measure and get everything lined up right).  Glue the left and bottom finished edges to the inside cover of your book making sure the fabric is nicely lined up on the edges.  I glued down the edges and also put some glue to attach the fabric to the inside cover.  

NOTE: Don't glue all the way to the top on the left hand side, you still have to finish off that top edge.


16.  Next, flip your book over and put the iron on tape along the edge of the right side of the book.  Cut off any extra fabric, then iron down your 1/2" hem.  



17. Do the same thing along the top edge of your book ~ put down the iron on tape, and iron down your 1/2" hem. 


  
18.  Now that your fabric inside has all the edges finished and is the exact size of your book cover, hot glue the rest of it in place.  Your front cover should be pretty much glued down, so just glue the fabric to the spine, the inside of the back cover and the right and top edges.


19.  Now you're really almost finished!  Place your Kindle on the right side opposite the pocket, and cut 4 pieces of the elastic.   Position them so they'll hold the corners of your device, then hot glue them in place.  (removing your Kindle before hot gluing , of course!) 
Sorry about the annoying reflection of our ceiling fan, I was working at night!
That's it!  You're finished!!!  Don't be discouraged by the 19 (yikes!) steps in this tutorial.  The whole project took me less than an hour and I was figuring it out as I went along.


Now you're ready to check out your favorite blog, read a new book, or play a few games.  Your Kindle is well protected and you still have the feel of holding a real book in your hands (because it is a real book cover). Choose a copy of your favorite book and your new e-reader cover is customized for you ~ plus you're saving the $30+ dollars that you would have spent on a plain boring cover from the store.



I have to admit, I'm thrilled with the way this turned out.  I had an idea in my head of what I wanted to do and it actually went according to plan.  I know I'm dating myself and revealing a bit too much about my 80's TV viewing habits here, but "I love it when a plan comes together!"  (Bonus points to anyone who can identify the TV show!)


Sharing my custom cover at:
Tip Junkie handmade projects  

103 comments:

  1. Love this!! I'm hoping for a Kindle Fire for Christmas...and if I do get it...i'll be making this!
    And the tv quote...The A-Team!!! =)

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  2. Such a great idea! The hubby just bought a semi truck and I've been gathering ideas to make it a home-away-from-home! This will help so much!

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  3. Awesome idea! Our family is getting a fire for Christmas, so I guess I need to get busy. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. What a great idea! Not only does it look lovely and protect the device, but I bet you are way less likely to have it stolen when it is disguised as a book!

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  5. This is awesome! If we're going with the retro tv quotes, "It's so cunning you could pin a tail on it and call it a fox". Although I'm guessing that may be a leeeeeeeeeeetle bit too British for my audience. Seriously though, I'm pinning this!

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  6. Very nice!!! Love that the title of the book is your name, too!

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  7. WOW - what an awesome idea, Laura!! I totally want to make one - love that you had a 'Laura' book. Also, I'm always a fan of no sew projects. That's what I'm talking about! I have a book called 'Forever Amber' but it's not hardcover...

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    1. Oh... that was the signifagance of the book... i am soooooo slow

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  8. I LOVE this! I'm going to have to give it a try. :) I'll be on the lookout for pretty hardcover books for sure!

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    1. Just troll some local goodwills... might even find the tools you need for dirt cheap.

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  9. What a great idea! It looks great, especially love the fabric you used!

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  10. This is so awesome! Great tutorial! I am wondering if it slips out when you turn it upside down? I'd like to make one for our kids, but wonder if it will be secure? Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I was thinking you could trying placing the elastic band at where the corners would be above pocket :) just an idea
      -Amber

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  11. Kate, I just tested it out... It will slip out if you turn it upside down. But I haven't had that happen to me yet with regular use. If I carry it in my purse, I put it sideways with the spine facing up and it's been fine. It's also fine if I have the Kindle just secured with the elastic straps. However, if I was making one for my kids who might not always carry it correctly, I might put a piece of ribbon with velcro on it to fold over the top of the pocket to hold it in place if it's upside down. You could just hot glue the ribbon down before you fold the pocket flap over to form the pocket. Then put velcro on the end of the ribbon and on the top front of the pocket. Does that make sense?

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  12. I'm so in love with this tutorial! Not only have you just taken away one of my must convincing arguments against getting an ereader (the "feel" of a book in my hands), you've also given me a great idea for an upcoming birthday gift! Your finished piece is gorgeous!

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  13. What a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  14. What fun! Came over from Be different, act Normal!

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  15. This is amazing! I really love how it turned out. You're right, this does look better than the store bought cases. Plus, its unique!

    Michaela @ coveredinmodpodge.blogspot.com

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  16. AWESOME! Thank you so much for the tutorial! My mom just got a kindle and keeps mentioning wanting a cover... I said I'd make her one but hadn't come up w/ any ideas yet/ THANK YOU THANK YOU THANKYOU!!! Now I know what to give her for Christmas!

    ~a very happy 14 year old :)

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  17. What a lovely idea and project! Thanks for the tut :)

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  18. What a neat idea! You're a genius!!! You could market those.

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  19. I saw this and LOVED it. I got a Kindle as an early Christmas present so I went right to the store and got stuff to make it. It was super easy! Mine turned out really cute. I added a cover to the pocket that was held down with velcro and I also added elastic to the outside to hold the cover together (I was paranoid about my kindle falling out). But I absolutely love it. It was only about $10 to make (not counting the glue gun that I had to buy) and it took me about 2 hours. I've never crafted anything like this before and it came out perfect! Thanks for the idea!!! :)

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  20. Chelsey Jo, I am SO glad you tried it and it worked out well for you! Send me a picture or post one on our Facebook page if you get a chance.

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  21. Such a great idea! I tried it out as a Christmas gift and it looks awesome, I can't wait to gift it! I was wondering if you have any good ideas for decorating the cover of the book. I was thinking an iron on appliques, but I don't know if that would stick. Thanks again for the wonderful (and so inexpensive!) idea! :)

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  22. That's awesome, Emma! I just ended up leaving the cover of mine blank, so I'm not sure what might work to decorate it. I'd worry that an iron on applique wouldn't hold up too well. Whenever I've tried to use one in the past (not on a book cover but on other things), they'd eventually fall off. I'd think acrylic paints might work, if you're handy with a paintbrush and stencil and wanted to put an initial or something on the front. Or, I know there are iron-on vinyls that you can cut out, but I've never used them personally.

    Whatever you use, good luck, and I hope your recipient likes it!

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  23. I just made 2 of these! 2 of my daughters have Kindles. I will say that I saw someone said they were worried about it falling out when it's upside down. It sounds like you're putting the Kindle in the pocket, but it's supposed to go in the elastic strips. We use the pocket for pictures, notes, etc. When I have the Kindle in the elastic strips, it holds it perfectly secure at any angle. (I had purchased a cover for mine, and it was made the same way.)
    Anyway... such an awesome idea... thanks for sharing! This was so much fun! :)

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  24. Oh, let me add... when I did the elastic strips, I glued the corners so they'd fold under the Kindle, instead of straight like in the instructions. I'm not sure if that makes any sense or not.
    Anyway, that might be why mine doesn't slip out when upside down.

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  25. LOVE this idea {as much as I love my new Kindle!!} Can't wait to go yard-saling to get a hardcover book to use! I posted a link to this on my blog: http://thecraftbarn-ny.blogspot.com/2011/12/crafty-friday-121611.html thru my pinterest board.
    Thanks!
    Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

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  26. Just came across this and LOVE the idea! I have a kindle and bought a case for it, I like it and it does the job, but to make it my own would be great! Plus, I use a lot of old book pages for crafts, now I have something to do with the covers! Thanks!

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  27. awesome I am going to make one! what a great idea.. and will save wear and tear on my kindle that I am getting..

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  28. The quote is from "A TEAM"!!!! :D I love this project!!

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  29. What a great idea. I don't have a Kindle and don't think I'm getting one, but this gave me an idea for something else.

    Buy the way, those using this for a kindle, think of the hard back Reader's Digest books. You can find them at yard sales and thrift stores for pretty cheap! I'm not sure the size of a kindle, but check those out. They have pretty cool covers too!

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  30. I love this idea and I will probably make it too.

    But I did want you to know that I got a great Kindle Fire cover online at Amazon. It came with a car charger, a usb cable, a safety credit card holder and the cover for $12.95 with free shipping. Available in black or red. I am not affilated with this company but I do most of my shopping online and hardly ever in a store.

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  31. I love this! My name is Laura as well so it would be cool to find this book. I'm sure someone already guessed the quote if from "A-Team". :)

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  32. I found your Kindle cover on Frugal Girls. It is beautiful. Your tutorial is easy to understand. I can hardly wait until I start making this cover for my new tablet that is coming after Christmas. Thank your for sharing such a beautiful DIY project!

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  33. I made mine out of duct tape (the decorative kind) and an old pizza box LOL This is brilliant though. If you used fabric strips on the bottom that were a little thicker, more like mini pockets, you could just use the elastic at the top. Can't wait to make one now...wonder if I have any fabric?

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  34. I found your tutorial on pinterest.com. What a great idea!!! I got a Kindle Fire for Christmas and spent all Monday browsing the internet for a cover I would like. Thank you for this way to personalize one.

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  35. What a great idea! I love how it turned out! Thanks for linking up to Think Pink Sundays- I featured you today! http://www.flamingotoes.com/2011/12/crush-of-the-week-think-pink-features-33/

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  36. Thanks for this! I love the idea, but decided to do mine in crochet from my yarn stash. It turned out great and only cost me $1 for a book from the Dollar Tree.

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  37. I love this! I just made this and made a cover for the front of the book too, because I didn't care for the cover of my book!

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  38. Great gift idea!

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  39. Does anyone know of any book titles that are a good match for the iPad? I find books that are too big/small.

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  40. Thank you so much! Just got a nook color and was shocked at prices for covers - doing this asap! :)

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  41. I have gathered a few things and plan to start making mine tonight for an iPad2 we recently got for Christmas. I saw someone was wondering about book size for it, we went to the Goodwill and just rummaged around in their old 50 cent books and found one that is a perfect size, I bet that would be the easiest way to find a book thats the right size!

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  42. THANKS! I went to the store, spent 5 bucks, made this, and took my one I had just bought before I read this blog back, saving me 35 bucks!!! It turned out supercute and is AMAZING!!!!

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  43. For those folks looking for books to make this, just go to a used book sale at your local library. Our library has sales every quarter, with about 10,000 books available, so you will be sure to find one the right size. It is a good way to support the library!
    Also, did you know that many libraries have e-books that you "check out" and load to your e-reader? That way you don't have to purchase every book you want to read!

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    1. Great idea to check out the library sale for great books to use. I did know about the e-books from the library (our local library just started them for Kindle), but I haven't figured out how to do it just yet.

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  44. So looking forward to trying this... I went to the used bookstore yesterday and actually bought EIGHT "vintage" books to make these for friends! I spent a long time hunting for beautiful covers with creative titles, and love what I found!

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    1. That's fantastic, Jenelle! I'm sure they'll love them. Let me know how they turn out.

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    2. Well, first one's done! I am not a very crafty person, lol, but it's cute. I didn't have reversible quilted fabric, so I did the pocket separately and added protective padding underneath the fabric, but in the end I love it (I used the book The Great Train Robbery... up next: America - Land of Progress!). Thanks! :)

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  45. I did one of these years ago for note books that i didn't like the cover on...then I took a craft class and made photo albums, I was looking for the directions to do a cover for my Aluratek eReader....thank you for posting them..yep I just cant remember the show..

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  46. Love this idea, but would suggest adding some type of loop to go around your wrist. I have the Kindle reader. If you are like me, reading can lull you to sleep and whoops there goes the reader. Depending on where you are at the time, that could be icky (hospital bed), as well as break the reader and kind of embarassing to drop it on the floor. I was unable to add a loop directly to my reader, so I fashioned one that hung on the cover. It is best for the loop to be at the bottom of the reader since it will loop around your wrist where you hold the reader. When I fall asleep, even in my own bed, the reader is secure. I don't have to get out of bed to pick it up, I don't have to search the covers for it, nor do I accidentally sling it across the bed when I remove the covers in the morning. I also put a button on the top edge of the INSIDE of the pocket (where it won't scratch the face of the reader), and hook my cell to it and slide it into the pocket. This way, I do not have to search for my cell if I am sitting in a waiting room, etc.

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  47. This is a great idea, and want to make one for my Nook Color and maybe for my sister for her iPad. Where did you find the quilted fabric? It looks like it is already finished. Did you buy it like that? I am no quilter so I don't know if Joann's would have it. Thanks!

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  48. Toni, yes I got the fabric at JoAnn's. There was a section in my store with solid color quilted fabric and then some reversible prints (which is what I used). The edges aren't finished, but it cuts easily and seems to be holding up well just by turning the edges under with that small "hem".

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  49. I am going to make this for my Kindle Fire. What a neat idea

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  50. Great for ipads. I have an ipad tutorial on my site. www.decorellaknox.com

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  51. Ok, question. Anyone else having problems with the glue sticking? Mine worked brilliantly for like 2 weeks, then slowly the elastic started ungluing. Suggestions!? This is a BRILLIANT idea by the way!!

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  52. This was so helpful, thank you, I just got my kindle yesterday and made a case today, and saved forty bucks! Awesome!
    Rachel, I sewed the straps on first because I was worried about them coming off.

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  53. For the cover of mine I just found a pretty fabric and hot glued it on before doing the inside, I love it!

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  54. Question - I have a blank book (journal type) that I bought because I loved the cover, but I've never used it. Loband behold, it's the perfect size for my Kindle Touch (good thing too, I was ready to sacrifice a Charles de Lint that was also the right size!). The thing that worries me is that it has a gold over flap with a magnetic catch. Does anyone know if the magnets will damage my Kindle?

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    1. I can't say definitely, but I just did a quick google search and it seems that magnets won't affect the kindle. Apparently, even some kindle covers sold by amazon close with magnets. Hope this helps!

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  55. I just made this project. It took me about an hour and a half. My pocket is a little tight, but its just fine. I might use the pocket for my power cord, and adapter. The elastic is very tight, so I think it will just stay put on that side. I bought my book at an antique store for $1. Thanks Laura, I love it!

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  56. OMG, this is just what I had been looking for! thank you so much for the tutorial.

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  57. What a great and clever idea. I made a simple fabric pouch for my kindle but I like your cover even better!

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  58. I don't anticipate getting a Kindle, but I'm sure DD & SiL will"need" them, so I've bookmarked your tutorial. Are you too young to have seen the Dana Andrews/Gene Tierney movie of Vera Caspary's book -- wonderful, even after sixty years. You really should go rent it.
    God bless, Christine in Los Angeles

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  59. Thank you so much!!!! My nino bought me a kindle and told me to buy a case so you just saved me 30 dollars!!!!!

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  60. "Laura" is a wonderful story. Alfred Hitchock made a mystery movie out of it.
    Love this project, just took my kindle "out" for the first time today and realized I need a cover to protect it, when it is in my purse.

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  61. Oh my gosh!!!! Just found this post via Pinterest. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea!!!!! I will be heading to the Goodwill this weekend for the perfect cover. Thank you so much for the tutorial. I will be repinning on Pinterest.

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  62. I just did this and love it! My book is a little thin though, so I am going to look into something to keep it closed all the way. Other than that, it is perfect!!! Thanks so much!

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  63. I just found you thanks to pinterest. I broke my daughters Kindle and when the new one comes I HAVE to make this so I won't break it again. I love the A-Team too.

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  64. I made one for my Mom's kindle fire & gave it to her for Mother's Day. I used decoupage glue instead to cover the in and outside of the book but it came out great. She loved it!

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  65. uch so gorgeous..I love book tutorials. I upcycled a few books myself^^

    greetings
    http://aurorasschneckenhaus.blogspot.de/

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  66. I love this cover idea I just have the nook e reader but I like having a cover for it. I got the cover for Christmas and nook from my girls.My question is I thought you covered the outside of the book also, so it wont matter what kind of book you use as long as it is hard and fits the nook or what ever you are making the cover for. But if I left the cover plain on the outside I might cover it with a good glue.or varnish. Cant wait to make one for my friend who just got a nook. Thank you

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  67. The project look really easy to make and a great idea...The only thing I would suggest to everyone is that they read the book that they are recycling at least once...give the "old fashion" book a final read before repurposing it. The inside words are probably more fascinating than the design on the outside! :)

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  68. I love my Kindle Fire!! I must admit that I will have to make one of these - change things up a bit. I purchased a cover for $9, but there are times I would like to look at a different cover :)
    I will be getting together with friends and making a couple of these (daughter in law has one too). Thanks for the steps and looking forward to making them :) A-Team!

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  69. I am SO going to do this, thanks! I have this linked to my books project post as well today, it's a keeper!

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  70. Hi!

    Im jealous, I wanted my name on mine, no such luck! Anyway,how is the glued in elastic holding up for you? I want to get mine done,thinking of just hot gluing the whole thing but jot sure....thanks!

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    1. Overall, it's held up well. I've had to re-glue the elastic tabs a few times, but that only takes a few seconds. If you haven't made yours yet, I might suggest that you glue the elastic under the edges of the fabric to make it a little stronger.

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  71. I really like this and think I am going to try it. I think I will put slits in the fabric and put the elastic through the fabric so you can't see the ends of the elastic. What do you guys think?

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  72. LOVE THIS!!
    TIP: used "Peel n Stick" fabric fuse (made by therm o web) for the entire project, with craft glue to tack a couple of trouble spots. No iron, no glue gun, no problem :)
    PROBLEM: how to make them for gifts, to fit devices I don't own?

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    1. Ooh, thanks for the tip about the fabric fuse. I've never heard of it but I'll have to check it out.

      As for your problem of making them as gifts, how about looking up the dimensions of the devices, then making a cardboard "model" that's the same size so you can make the holder to fit?

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  73. I dont like the idea of encouraging others to ruin perfectly good books. No one has any respect any longer for the printed word thanks to kindles and nooks. As an arts and crafster myself can appreciate the creativity and ingenuity of the project, but isnt ripping apart a book just further progressing the near extinction of books, libraries, book stores etc.? I dont know. I just cant get on board with this. I see it as disrespectful and wrong. Like a slap in the face. I would feel horrible taking the pages off the spine of the book. I was always taught to take care of my books and READ them, display them, respect them. Just trying to get all of you to think.

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    1. At least you can still read the book this way! I've seen tutorials that cut out the middle of all the pages and then glue the heck out of them to make a secret box. THAT makes me cringe!

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    2. I can never bring myself to cut up a good book for a craft either. BUT I have gone to my local thrift store and asked them for any damaged books that they are going to trash anyway. Some books are inevitably destined for the trash (think dropping it in the bath tub or the dog making a chew toy out of it)no matter how much we love them. So crafting with them at least saves them from that fate.

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  74. I would love to give this a try! I think I would put the tape up to the folded edge of the pocket instead of over it and then notch the top so that way, when you fold the side in, it isn't twice as thick on the corner. =)

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  75. I have been browsing for awhile for easy cover for kindle and I like yours. I love that you have pictures and lots of steps. Perfectly understandable. I had seen others that assumed you would figure it out. not for me. thanks for sharing.

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  76. The name of the 80s television show was the: A Team

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  77. murdock,, the a team. daughter loved that show.

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