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jennique
« on: April 26, 2014 06:20:08 PM »

I have done some book binding before with loose leaf paper but I have a question about a stack of pages that are already bound with a simple glue seam (like the kind where you can peel the pages away from the stack).

Its thick sketchbook paper that used to be in a book but the cover got damaged so I pulled it out. I wanted to make a simple cover for it but I wasn't really sure how to hold the paper in the cover. What is the most effective way to attach a cover to paper like this?
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