Saturday, August 14, 2010

paperback --> hardcover

I've always been frustrated when a really great book has a really crappy cover. I know that you can't judge a book by it's cover - but people do. And no matter what anybody says you really can't enjoy a book as much where the main heroine is on the front staring at you from some weird old ugly portrait (or worse). In jr high I used to cover my books with paper, just to remain neutral.

That's why I love this tutorial. With fabric, cardboard, glue, and an inkjet printer you can transform those crappy covers into something to be proud of. I really want to do this for some of my favorites.

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