How to make a BookMaking a book
Making a homemade book (with pictures)
Making a book yourself can be a great present for a birthdays, weddings or anniversaries. It is also a great way to make something very commonplace something special and individual. Select the lid fabric and trim two similar parts. Paperboard is easily processed for your first book. Covers must be 1/4 inches (0.6 cm) wide and ½ inches (1.25 cm) longer than the inside pages.
When using printing stationery, it should be 8 ¾" x 11 ½" (22. 2 x 31 cm). Buckle six pages of sheet in two. Ensure that you begin and end at the same point and the node points inwards. The result is a spinal column. Ensure that they are correctly oriented.
Push it between some heavier ledgers and check the width of the back. This should be as long as the sides and"¾" (2 cm) broader than the back. Apply adhesive to one side of the material. Paste the cloth on the back of the sides. Put the book between waxed sheet and under one or two heavier ones.
Allow the adhesive to set. Stick the carton parts on the first and last page. Make sure the adhesive is completely wet before doing so. Also make sure that the paperboard sections are oriented to each other and to the vertebra. It should be as long as the paperboard and ¾ one inches (.2 cm) wide than the length of the cloth that holds the pages together.
Stick them on the back of the box and push them into the first sheet of cloth. Put the book back between the waxed papers and under the heavier ones. When dry, trim out a sheet of décoraper. The width should be 5 cm more than the total width of the upholstery and the spinal column, and two inch longer than the upholstery.
Fold on the decor foil 1 inches (.5 cm) from above 1 from underneath. Slice four slots in the sheet to remove the back (which cannot be flipped). Trim the sheet so that the back is wrapped, but there is no sheet of sheet over or under.
They should have four lids now - two over the book and two under the book. Folds down these lids and glues them to the inside of the lid. Slice out two pieces of sheet of paper. These should be 1/4 inches (0.6 cm) smaller than the front and ½ inches (1.25 cm) inches.
Stick it to the inside of the envelope so that it fits snugly over what the envelope is not. Put out your empty sheet ofaper. You want thin or heavy sheet, according to the book you' re using; you must also consider the number of pages.
Cuts out two sheet of paperboard corresponding to the dimensions of your plain copyaper. Sketch two horizontal rows on one of the card. Also do this on the other sheet of carton. The cover is then separated from the book cover, resulting in a hing. Dispose of the surplus carton.
Now you have two sheets of card, one of which is 1" thick. Do your casings. Grab two unusual, beautifully adorned papers for your front and back and trim them. When your empty sheet is 8" x 10" (20 x 25 cm), trim your decor sheet to 9 ½" x 11 ½" (24 x 29 cm).
Put one of your unusual sheets of hard copy with the front side down. You' re supposed to be looking at an empty screen. Adhere the carton to the beautiful piece ofaper. Ensure that you apply adhesive to the whole side, not just the sides. If you use a gluing pencil, there will be no chaos. That'?ll be the back.
The" " (1.25 cm) space in the box that you have previously trimmed out is the " hinged " that opens and opens the book slightly. Adhesive should be applied to the sheet when using gift wrap or other thin, beautiful sheet. It avoids wrinkles and swellings and gives the papers a little bit of adjustment to the humidity in the adhesive before it is applied to the board.
Do the same for the front panel. Ensure that the sample points in the right area! When the carton is centred on the sheet, unfold the edges as far as they will go. Stick them in place and create small décor papers little squares that rest on the edges of your box.
For both sides, do this and tape it all in. Between the two boxes there should be a space from"½". Begin on the inside of the envelopes. Slice out two pages of decor tissue 1.25 cm smaller than the empty one. When your empty sheet is 8" x 10" (20 x 24 cm), trim the inside pages on 7 ½" x 9 ½" (19 x 23 cm).
However, before you make a small opening in the desk, place it on something you can comfortably dig into, like a telephone book. When using a bit, place the cover on the outside so that the corners and corners are on the inside. This tape should be six time longer than the book's size.
When your book is 15 cm high, your tape should be 90 cm long. Roll it over the top of the book and bind it with the other end in a tog. What is the amount of room between the individual pages I need to stick an image? There is no need to stick images if you don't want to.
What can I do to create a visual area? When you want a painted image, paint it on a piece of hard copy, then stick it on the envelope. If you want another image, stick it on the envelope at the desired location. Is there anything else I could use without using carton?
Remove the sheets from the machine and unfold them to the same length as the box. I can' t see through all the pages to make them together. If you can highlight where you want to make the hole with a marker pen, just make sure your pin is upright. Must the carton for the Japanes bookbinder be as long as the sheet ofaper?
What is the best way to open and closed the book without the back of a carton? How can I get decor papers? They can get ornamental papermaking from crafts memories; you could try to stamp plain papermaking. How do I get paperboard for a book I made myself? Can I have my book published on A4-card?
What do I need to do to make a book? I can' t modify a drawing to look like it was published in my work. When creating a journal, you can wind a cord or tape around the front envelope to create a comfortable place for bulk papers and/or images.
They can use old playing panels and other wood material for the back and front covers. Attach the book with detachable blade washers, fasteners or screws and washers. Do not stick the pages together. It is much more difficult to get rid of adhesive than to put more, so be careful.