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Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest. This book is constructed with twelve vintage envelopes.

For this step you will need the scraps of board from Step 10, the scraps of inner paper from Step 16, cutting mat, craft knife, metal ruler, and glue.   Because of the space difference between the size of your spine and the width of the bound side of the envelopes, you need to make spacers to insert the envelopes into the cover.

Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest.

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Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest. This book is constructed with twelve vintage envelopes.

Carefully remove any leaked glue with your finger tip and wipe away on your jeans (or a towel, etc.). Repeat on the other side. Secure the spacers to the envelopes with the binder clips (picture 2) and allow to dry.

Envelope Book

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Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest. This book is constructed with twelve vintage envelopes.

For this step you will need your nearly completed book cover, ribbon, craft knife and glue.   With the craft knife, cut a length of ribbon that will be long enough to glue inside the cover and then to extend outside the edge of the book (picture 1).

Envelope Book

For this step you will need your nearly completed book cover, ribbon, craft knife and glue. With the craft knife, cut a length of ribbon that will be long enough to glue inside the cover and then to extend outside the edge of the book (picture

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Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest. This book is constructed with twelve vintage envelopes.

your finished book will not open correctly. You want the book cloth to overlap the covers by about 3/4" and to be about 1 1/2" longer than your spine. Cut this piece from the book cloth. Trace around the outside of the spine pieces with your pencil (picture 2).

Envelope Book

your finished book will not open correctly. You want the book cloth to overlap the covers by about and to be about 1 longer than your spine. Cut this piece from the book cloth. Trace around the outside of the spine pieces with your pencil (picture

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Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest. This book is constructed with twelve vintage envelopes.

you will need your cut and marked decorative paper pieces from Step 11, permanent spray adhesive, folding bone, and the front and back cover pieces of illustration board.   Spray the marked side of the decorative paper with the spray adhesive. Use a distance of at least six inches for an even coat of spray glue. Place one of the cover pieces onto the appropriate pre-marked space on the decorative paper. Flip the now glued together paper and board over and use the folding bone to burnish the

Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest.

and apply it to the inside of the book cover about 1/8" away from the edges. If you cut this piece squarely (and it should be), then if you align one corner, the rest of the paper should fall into place with little trouble. Burnish the paper to the book cover with the folding bone. Work the folding bone into the crevasses between the spine and cover pieces to emphasize the hinges. Be careful with this, making sure you don't tear the paper.   The book cover is now complete. Hurray!

Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest.

Run a bead of glue about 3" down the main spine and allow to soak the ribbon (picture 2). This will be sufficient to hold the ribbon in place after we add the inner paper in the next step.

Envelope Book

Run a bead of glue about down the main spine and allow to soak the ribbon (picture This will be sufficient to hold the ribbon in place after we add the inner paper in the next step.

the surface so that the outside of the box will have no air bubbles. Flip your paper and board back to the underside. Then fold up the edges of the paper around the board. This is very much like wrapping a present (picture 1). Repeat until both sides are fully wrapped as shown (picture 2).

Envelope Book

This instructable was created as an entry in the Esty and Instructables collaboratory Sew Useful contest.

For this step you will need the bound envelopes and spacers, book cover, glue and large binder clips. Apply a generous amount of glue to the inside of book cover in the spine areas (picture 1).

Envelope Book

Attaching the Envelopes to the Cover

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