Here's the back
I know I used some kind of tutorial I found on here ages ago about stitch binding books, maybe I will go and try to find it an link it once I post.
I found a skirt at goodwill for 5 dollars with this material. It's a plasticky kind of pleather with the studs in it. It was actually a guess skirt, which surprised me because I always thought they were like trying to be kind of, I don't know, classier than that. When I brought it to the counter the lady said "good find" and I wondered if she noticed the fact that this was a size 4 skirt and Im..well...not so much. When I told her it was going to be a book she kind of sneered. Sorry lady.
The cardboard I used for the cover just came from some office boxes. I work in a dental lab and they use this stuff to make the base of the crowns, and it's fragile so it comes in all kinds of packaging...includi
ng nice already cut out square pieces of cardboard. Drool
The paper isn't just printer paper, but it isn't quite card stock. I want to say it's more like resume paper...but it was legal size and a long time ago I took it to office max or something and had them cut it down in different sizes. For this size I had them cut like 3 off long ways and folded rest in half "hamburger" style.
This could go in stitch and botch as well...while hot gluing the pleather down I managed to give myself one hell of a blister
Hope you like!