Views:414|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:6Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:0 Access FedEx’s high resolution print scanners in-store DIY or with consultant, and pay about $2 to reproduce your favorite vintage antique books’ dust jackets / covers in beautiful high-resolution full color! Actually, it looks better than the original! Crop the dust cover with in-store paper trimmer. Next, use the original book cover as a guide to fold the new cover over the book. Protect your vintage antique books for posterity and fun.
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Views:780|Rating:4.75|View Time:3:43Minutes|Likes:19|Dislikes:1 In this video I will show you how to reuse an old composition book. This is the part one for decoration the cover using my way. I hope you like it. Please share, thumbs up, comment and subscribe. Thanks for watching!!
Views:4556|Rating:4.99|View Time:8:3Minutes|Likes:567|Dislikes:1 Happy Potter Review Tuesday! Today we look at the Harry Potter shirts by Out of Print! It is rare to find Harry Potter merchandise with BOOK related artwork and designs. Out of Print uses the iconic cover art by Mary GrandPré from the US First Edition books on these magical shirts! To see all of their available styles and sizes, check out the link below.
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Views:1923|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:Minutes|Likes:45|Dislikes:0 I followed Marianne Kensington’s tutorial series to turn an old “Gone With the Wind” book cover into a junk journal. It was quite easy, and very fun. I will actually use it to journal in.
Views:322515|Rating:4.64|View Time:4:Minutes|Likes:2413|Dislikes:187 The Helping Hand® team* teach you how to cover your book with a transparent plastic sheet. Covering your cookbooks and DIY crafts books protects them from damage and reduces wear-and-tear. This practice extends their useful lives and therefore contributes to environmental protection and is a good green living habit.
Views:21465|Rating:4.80|View Time:13:37Minutes|Likes:307|Dislikes:13 Full tutorial to make any cover stronger, more durable, and water resistant. You can use this for anything – Traveler’s Notebook inserts, cookbooks, book bound planners, children’s books, coloring books, even spiral binding! Anything you want to keep in good condition and last longer can benefit from this method. And it only costs 23¢ per book!
Views:5952|Rating:4.95|View Time:15:33Minutes|Likes:197|Dislikes:2 Here is a little journal I made for a swap on JJJ. It was to be made with a children’s book cover and we were to use wires or rings to bind them. I used a lot of vintage kid’s books throughout. Enjoy the tour!
Views:26909|Rating:4.66|View Time:9:Minutes|Likes:122|Dislikes:9 Brodart book covers for any book with a book cover to protect the cover.
I am putting plastic book covers on all my first edition Harry Potter books and thought in case someone is thinking about protecting there books here is what I did and the product I bought to cover them with.
Views:89521|Rating:4.85|View Time:8:53Minutes|Likes:1428|Dislikes:45 What type of book to look for and cutting the guts out if it. I know, I know who doesn’t know that! But a story always has a beginning and this is the beginning of my next journal….I hope you like watching it grow up to be a new inspiring journal….lol….. I’ll be back!…:)
Views:22869|Rating:4.92|View Time:2:25Minutes|Likes:58|Dislikes:1 Written by Mike Settle when he was a member of The First Edition, who had the first hit with it; it also became a hit for Bill Anderson and then again for Dolly Parton.
Views:4438|Rating:4.94|View Time:1:18Minutes|Likes:87|Dislikes:1 See more monochromatic book covers:
A monochromatic colour scheme is black, white plus all hues and saturations of a single colour. It often lends to clean, elegant and eye catching art. The most famous monochromatic book cover are perhaps the first edition dust jackets for George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four. The British first edition was published in both red and green, and today they are both very collectible.
A simple dust jacket can be as complicated to make as a complex one. By stripping details such as colour, an artist is required to have a deep understanding of the book and how to portray that through the cover.
In psychology red, blue, yellow and green are considered to be the primary colours of the brain. Sometimes a single colour can be used to get an emotion or feeling across more easily than an illustration or picture.
A red cover can be fiery and wild or aggressive, while a blue book might signify coldness or calmness. Yellow will emit positive or negative human emotions and creativity. Lastly, green inspires harmony, prosperity and evokes thoughts of nature.
It’s surprising that despite the confines of a single colour there can be so many variations to a monochromatic cover. From a one colour, with black and white accents to multiple shades of the same colour any book lover will be able to find something beautiful to add to their collection.
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Views:24775|Rating:4.85|View Time:10:21Minutes|Likes:1296|Dislikes:40 what can I say, didn’t have better ideas. yep, I need to do my nails, and yep, that’s a pic of my cat photoshopped on Michael Buble.
Views:15918|Rating:4.87|View Time:13:45Minutes|Likes:399|Dislikes:11 This video is sharing ideas for covers for junk journals using old books.
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Views:2761|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:7Minutes|Likes:8|Dislikes:0 An experienced book dealer and online seller explains how to grade the cover of a rare book in this free series of book collecting videos.
Expert: Molly Mackey
Bio: Molly Mackey has been an independent book dealer for more than 10 years. She gained her book knowledge as a used book buyer for Bodhi Tree bookstore on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.
Filmmaker: Louis Nathan