Saturday, August 17, 2013

Book Binding Tutorial!:D

Heyyie guys! Hope your week has been good!:D For today's post, I am gonna share with you a simple book binding tutorial that can be done in less than 5 minutes!:D

Here's the final project!

So bear with me in this short tutorial with so many photos:P

Supplies List ( + hole punch tool)

Fold the cardstock in half and score it.

Use a hole punch tool to poke holes through the cardstock (I forgot to add that into the supplies list!)

Thread the natural twine through the center hole

Inside cover view: Leave about 4" length of twine as shown

Front cover view: Then, thread the needle through the top hole

Inside cover view: After the needle come out from the top hole, thread it through the bottom hole

From the front cover view: Thread the needle through the middle hole again

Lastly, secure the album by tying a dead knot!

Tada! Done in less than 5 minutes!

After embellishing it, this is the final album! I used my corner punch to punch the sides

PS: I used a button to hold an elastic hair band so that it will not be damaged as it gets thicker in size. 

Twine used:

Hope you have enjoyed it!

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Thanks for dropping by and have a twine-fastic day! Take care and God bless!



DebC said...

Awesome tutorial Cassandra! This should be a hit!
Deb C

Kristy said...

This is fabulous!! Awesome tut too!!
Kristy : )

quilt4fun2 said...

This looks like it should hold up very well and looks pretty too. Great job showing how it is done :D
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~amy~ said...

LOVE this!!!!!

Amy Kolling said...

Oh what a creative way to bind a book!!

Unknown said...

Thanks girls for your love!:D:D

Brianna loeffelbein said...

This is such a fun tutorial, I will definitely need to try this out, thanks for sharing! Also you decorated yours so adorably!!

Melisa Alzammar said...

Thanks for the tutorial Debbie. Your book looks amazing.