Wednesday, April 13, 2016

9 Awesome DIYs for Book Lovers

If you are a book lover, you will delight in a nerdy, bookish DIY project. And if you love a book lover, any of these projects would make an amazing gift! Here are 9 fantastic and unique DIYs that bookworms will adore.

9 Awesome DIY Projects for Book Lovers

Accio Books Tote Bag: I can't be the only nerd who sees a big tote bag (whether HP inspired or not) and instantly thinks, "Ooooh, that would make a great library bag!" Right? And this tote is perfect for any Harry Potter fan! Get the tutorial at Pieces by Polly.

Book Page Bows: Reuse old book pages to create darling bows. The author used them to make an adorable bow banner, and I think they'd be super cute to decorate a gift wrapped up for a book lover, too! Get the tutorial at Knick of Time.

Book Zipper Clutches: Turn vintage hardcovers into the perfect little clutch for date night. I'm loving the vintage-inspired floral fabric print with those gorgeous books! Get the tutorial at See Kate Sew.

Book Page Pinwheel Banner: If you've got a reading nook somewhere in your house, it just makes sense to decorate it with book pages, right? Whip up a simple but bookworm-friendly pinwheel banner for your home. Get the tutorial at Ella Claire Inspired.

Book Page Wreath: There are dozens of variations of book page wreaths, and I love them all. This tightly rolled, imperfect version is fantastic. Get the tutorial at The Shabby Creek Cottage.

Book Folding: This book DIY is not for the faint of heart, but man, does it make an awesome impact. This how-to will teach you to create your own folding template. Get the tutorial at See Saw Store.

Stacked Books Necklace: If reading books just isn't enough . . . wear them. This super simple necklace DIY is easier than it looks. Get the tutorial at the Darice blog.

Vintage Book iPad Case: Maybe you miss the feel of a book in your hands when you use your ereader. If so, this one's for you. Turn an old hardcover into an awesome case for your tablet. Get the tutorial at Stamped in His Image.

Papercut Animal Bookmarks: Every reader needs a darling bookmark, and they don't get any cuter than these. Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.

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3 comments :

Katy Rochelle said...

I'm not really a DIY person but the Harry Potter tote bag looks pretty cool. It's given me some ideas. Thanks for sharing!

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