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Cover to Cover Book Crafts

Read all about it! Indulge your book-loving sensibility by creating your own reading nook filled with book-page-embellished accents.

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    • Simple Scallops

      For beautiful shelf edging, punch 4"-diameter circles from book pages. Fold each one in half, and overlap them along a shelf edge, using upholstery tacks to secure.

    • Roll It Up Vase

      Cut old book pages into rectangles; then roll each one tightly and secure it with paper glue. Attach the rolls to the sides of a glass cylinder with double-stick tape.

    • On the Fringe Vase

      This vase and the tall vase on slide 1 both start with a book-page strip cut long enough to fit around the circumference of the vase. Fold the strip in half lengthwise, and cut into the folded edge with fringe scissors. For the tall vase, attach several fringed strips to the vase along the uncut edges with double-stick tape, overlapping the pieces. For the short vase, unfold just one strip, attaching the uncut edges to the vase and letting the folded edge bow out.

    • Literary-Bound Bracelets

      Salvage a portion of a cloth-covered book binding and turn it into a cuff that speaks volumes. Personalize it with a book title that appeals to you, then add your choice of embroidery stitches.

    • By-the-Book Wreath

      Give book pages a dramatic redo with frilly, border-punched edges. Folded and stacked strips round it out.

    • Book to Book Hangers

      Drill two sets of holes through three old books for an interesting way to display your ribbon. Thread ribbon on wooden dowels and push the dowels through the holes. This idea could also be used as a jewelry hanger.

    • Book Binding Vase

      Here's a novel idea: turn an old book into a decorative vase. For the template, draw the shape of half a vase onto cardstock and cut it out. Open a book to the first page and trace the template, with the flat side against the binding. Use a crafts knife to cut along the template and slice through several pages; repeat until you've cut through all pages. Remove the book cover and open the pages until the first page meets the last. glue the first and last pages together with spray adhesive. For a fuller look, use two books by gluing the spines together.

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      Give Dad a keepsake Father's Day gift handcrafted by his favorite kids. These homemade crafts include works of art as well as more practical items, such as gardening supplies and a travel kit. Dad will love the thought that goes into each one of these Father's Day gift ideas.
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