Make a Hardcover BookCreate a hardcover book
Creating a hardcover book
I' m still getting the sense of expectation for the years to come; the endless possibilities when I open an empty diary today. Several of us are just so tethered, and a diary present to such a character is a profoundly reassuring sign. When you have someone like that on your present board, let me suggest that you do a hardcover magazine from the ground up (well, not all the way back to the tree), and give a bit of yourself along with the wish.
Below is a step-by-step guide to creating a hardcover book. Stitch 6 to 8 sheet of printing stationery together in the center. Repetition of the first stage for any number of pages in the book. Slice two 8 1/2 by 3 inches ( "blackout" cloth I used).
Measuring the width of all assembled pages, stitch two stripes in the center of the two stripes (together) as broad as the book will be. That'?s the back of your bound book. Slice two 8 1/2 by 6 inches of paper. The inside of one of the spinal external tabs should be covered with bonding cements.
Apply adhesive to the front and back of one of the card and allow it to cure thoroughly. Push the paper sleeve into the back panel and push it tightly to smooth out creases. Repetition of steps 5 with the other carton. On the inside of the book, mask the centre of the book back with pressure-sensitive adhesive (no elastic cement).
Keep all sides together and stamp them down to make sure they are perfect flat. Smooth the concrete over the stitched margins. Let the adhesive dries thoroughly, then push it onto the back and stamp it on. Covers the book with any type of sheet of paper. For this purpose, use caoutchouc cements.
They can slightly wipe off any caoutchouc that is not removed. Ornament the front envelope with something special for the individual who receives the book.