This Book Clutch by 'Caught on a Whim' Deconstructs Publications

By: Erin Kirkpatrick - Published: May 9, 2013 • References: caughtonawhim
Take to your overflowing novel collection and make this book clutch by 'Caught on a Whim.' This DIY may pain hard-core book-lovers because in a sense the book needs to be deconstructed. This means you should probably pick a book that you don't particularly like or will never read again. There are certain books that come to mind that would be perfect for this tutorial. However, one person's literary treasure is another person's literary drivel.

It's important to keep in mind that the originally cover of the book will not be shown, but instead covered in a fabric. This will allow you to get rid of that embarrassing collection of Harlequin romances without ever having to admit you bought them in first place. Save your dignity and spare some room on your bookshelves in one fell swoop. Keep your books from collecting dust by creating this book clutch by Caught on a Whim. It is the perfect example of a chic and pragmatic piece. Stats for Handmade Hardcover Carriers Trending: Older & Warm
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