Learn how to make a book and bind it, using the simple "Japanese book binding technique" where a single ribbon holds the entire book together. If you'd like to learn how to bind a book, then the Japanese bookbinding technique is one of the easiest ways to learn. My mom taught me how to make a book this way a couple of years ago, and just recently I got back into it. I normally use scrapbooking paper, but reader Hannah wrote in to say that wrapping paper works well too - thanks for the tip Hannah! Place one of your nice sheets of paper face-down, and draw a ¾" border in pencil all the way around. Use your glue stick to glue the cardboard onto the nice paper like this, so that it lines up with the border you drew in the previous step.
Time to punch the holes, which is probably the trickiest bit of how to make a book, but not too difficult to do. If you are lucky enough to have access to a heavy duty hole punch, you'll have no trouble punching through your covers and pages of the album.
If you don't have access to a heavy duty hole punch, try using a single-hole punch like one of these below. Use bull-clips to hold the sandwich together, then rest it on an old phone book or something that you don't mind drilling a hole in. Now it's time to do the actual binding, which is the really clever part of the Japanese way of how to make a book. Just in case you can't play the video, here's a step-by-step series of pictures showing you how to do the binding.
Below are some gorgeous photos from visitors who learned how to make a book from this page. The most common books in the commercial publishing world we recognize by the names of hardbound, paperback and spiral bound. I have participated in some swaps of handmade books and now host a monthly swap of 3 for 3 artist books (require content). This original game is constructed in accordion-book fashion on a base of foam-core covered with scrapbook papers. The hours of the day are represented on chocolate illustrations that run on an interior accordion.


A window, trapdoor, door, and garage all have moveable parts, exposing more details underneath. Text reads: I never could figure the point of dancing; you neverget anywhere andit just wearsout your shoes! I have provided some instructions on how to make your own hardbound book and a miniature sticky note book.
This way I can save my personal time for more important things, like developing a defence against the devouring zombie hordes outside the city walls. You can actually make a simple booklet in less time than it would take most of us to go to a stre and buy one. The stitch binding will last longer and it will open flat, but I just don’t have the patience. Boing Boing uses cookies and analytics trackers, and is supported by advertising, merchandise sales and affiliate links.
September in Toronto means more than back-to-school, it is also time for TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). It's so much easier than conventional book-binding, because you don't need any special glues. You basically end up removing a thin (just under ½" , or exactly 1 cm) strip from each piece of cardboard. This is the most straight-forward method of making your holes, and will only take you a few minutes as you can do many pages at once. It really depends on the thickness of the cardboard cover as to whether you can punch through it or not, but its worth a try.
I used fabric instead of paper and it looks lovely and is very strong (I tried paper first but it split at the fold).
I made 13 keepsake books for the Tri-Cities Area Faith in Action volunteers to show how much we appreciate their work. If you're looking for more gifts to sew or make, take a peek at these other easy homemade gift ideas. The second book I made in exactly the same way but to decorate the front cover I used some paper that had previously been decorated by splatter painting and blow painting, I cut the blow painting a little smaller than the splatter painting and stuck one on top of the other and then to the book with double-sided sticky tape, I then took a small rectangle of splatter painting and cut a slightly smaller piece of red card stamping ‘journal’ onto the red card, I stuck them together and then to the book with the double-sided sticky tape like before. In each case a "Theme" or "Structure" has been assigned and the books are an interpretation of that.


When a small moleskine I had been carrying was filled (and fallen apart!) I took the boards and elastic and some red duct tape and made a cover for stitched pamphlets that I make myself in about five minutes. I could chop up a ream of A3 and feed the resulting A4 sideways, but that doubles up my printing cost as we pay by the number of pages printed regardless of size or coverage. Even though TIFF films are not entirely kid-friendly, I still found a way to let my love of film inspire a new (and very simple) Make It!
For example, in my dancing doll flip book, the first image was a static doll, and in the next image, the doll was jumping into the air. Since making a few of her dreams come true in the Big Apple, completing graduate school and working in arts management at New York City Ballet, she decided to be a stay-at-home mom to her young son. If you have a drill, then make a "sandwich" that goes cover, blank paper, cover, but with the covers on inside out. This is an original poem made as a children's picturebook illustrated in physical and digital collage.
Without expensive machinery and supplies, however, it comes down to you, your craftsmanship, and Dave the Designer's comprehensive book tutorial.
I haven’t gotten around to printing anything on the pages, but when I do I will have cheap individualized notebooks on demand!
It’s still possible to glue on hard covers, producing hard-back perfect-bound hybrids. Now, back in Toronto, she embarks on an exciting adventure with her new love and lively 3-year-old son. By applying the glue direct to the paper, you give the paper a chance to swell before it's in contact with the cardboard. When we drill in a moment it usually makes rough edges at the top and bottom of the sandwich. The photo is of Kelley Linehan's own handmade books: they teach you how at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee's craft center. By drilling with the covers on inside out, the rough edges will be hidden when you flip the covers around the right way later.



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