A quick fix....book covers

Posted by Christina // 7 Replies

I have been staring at a few books that just don’t make sense for quite some time now.  They aren’t Quantum Physics or anything, just mismatched craziness.  The problem is I can’t throw them out.  One is a Barbie chronicle that any girl who grew up with Barbies would cherish like their first born….maybe.  One is a St. Louis landmark book, and one is a Ripley’s believe it or not book with a super fancy 3-d cover.  None of them are very “pretty” per say but I love looking through their pages and learning.

You caught a glimpse of them in this post.  And I was so embarrassed of their mis-matchedness that I actually hid them in this post.

I finally decided to do something about it.
Super fast, super easy project comin atcha… wallpaper your books You want to know how easy this was?
I walked downstairs and dug out some pretty scrapbook paper and the I just made simple bookcovers.  Twenty minutes tops.

Now I can just sit and stare at my pretty books.

Which brings me to my next point…I am so happy that publishers have started making book covers almost art-like.  All of the books I have bought recently are gorgeous enough on their own I will never have to wallpaper books again.  I’m not hating on Barbie and Mr. Ripley, ok maybe I am. the change up Have you bought any pretty books lately?  Ever dressed up your library?

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Written by Christina and Tim

7 thoughts on “A quick fix….book covers

  1. Janelle

    I’d cover up my embarrassing ones (Barbie? Come on Christina! haha. Bet Tim’s pumped that one’s hidden) but not the ones I really love. If you re-covered these sooner, I would’ve never known that you studied advertising and that would be sad!

    1. Christina Post author

      I actually didn’t cover that one….you know, just the books I have had since I was sporting a retainer a pigtails got a makeover haha!

  2. Simone

    That is such a brilliant idea! I have a couple of those books that are nice enough not to throw out but too ugly to have in the bookshelf… Gonna be doing some covering!

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