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This is a post I’m postponing since 2016. 😅
I built a case for my Kindle using a book with a nice cover that a friend gave me “for sacrifice”. The process was simple and the result is great IMO. I will describe the step by step here in case you want to do one for yourself.
This is the book I got:
The first step is to glue all pages. You can do that by using common paper glue with a bit of water and spread it on the side of the book, applying to all pages at once with a paintbrush:
Don’t forget to protect the book cover with some sort of plastic just to avoid damage because of the glue.
Put some weight on top of it (more books, why not?):
After some time, things must be OK:
We can now use a craft knife to make a hole of the exact size of a Kindle paperwhite (or any kindle you have that is smaller than the book, obviously):
I decided to add a simple bookmark, to make it easy to remove the Kindle from there and also to give it a final touch. I used a super glue for that:
Here is the final result (at the day):
Now, five years after the initial setup, I added a magnet (it can’t be a strong one) to make the Kindle turn the display on when I open the book:
Here is the final result:
As you can see, the bookmark is not present anymore. The Superglue held it for some time, but the paper was not strong enough to keep it in place.
That’s it! I really like my small book case, hope it inspires you to make your own.