How to make a Childs BookMaking a children's book
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children's table book
This is a straightforward table book made of standard material. It' pretty hardwearing and even if ripped to shreds, it's still relatively straightforward to make a new one. You need enough for the inside and the front and back. 10-1/2 " x 5-1/2" pictures on sticky tape, one for each couple of opposite sides.
First picture is the inside of the front envelope and the first page, the next is the second and third page, etc. I' ve been using Avery whole-sheet tags for this. Truncate the outer 1/4" of the picture, so keep the contents away from the border.
Drop each page to approximately the original picture area. Remove the back from the first page and place it face down. Put two planks on top and align them in the middle of the arch. Slice off the surplus sticky material with a clean razor blade. Until now, please check the book width.
For the front artwork, the picture will be 10 " in diameter, plus the book and any edge. It should be the back and back and the front covers from l. to r. Adhere the picture to the printer. Fold the sheet at the back margins.
When you can't make a large enough picture for the whole artwork, you can overlap it in two parts on the back. Remove the back from the front page and place it face down. Trim two stripes of thick cardboard, each the width of the back.
Push it onto the sticky liner, one along the back, one next to it on the back. Place the book on the envelope and align the back. Wind the front and back covers around the book. Cut off surplus sheeting. If the book is opened, the envelope should be pulled away from the book along the back of the book and a small stripe of the back envelope.