Kindle Book Case

Introduction: Kindle Book Case

This has been done plenty of times before, but here's my own take on it.
I had an unused diary which was falling apart, so I used a scalpel to cut a hole in the pages (as demonstrated e.g. here) and rebound it in cloth (as demonstrated e.g. here). The ribbon (to assist in removing the kindle from the case) is fixed in by stapling to some of the rear pages, and then threaded through the top of the case.

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    EdnaH
    EdnaH

    6 years ago on Introduction

    this is what i'd do to improve it. after cutting out the inside of the pages; leaving the frame of pages, i'd slide a piece of contact paper under the bottom of the frame between the cover and fold over the frame left from cutting out the paper; notching to allow cornering on the inside of the frame to keep the paper frame from falling apart so fast.