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  • Traci Bunkers

    Love the idea of gluing cork to the front of shelves & the bean bag to keep books from falling.

  • Erin O'Connor Brown

    Love the cork idea & the fabric scraps filled with sand for book ends (or door stops). Instructions: Use fabric scraps to make weighted pouches to use as cute bookends. Cut two rectangles of fabric and place the right sides together. Sew around the edges, leaving a small opening. Turn the pouch right side out and fill with sand. Sew the opening closed. This technique can be used for a doorstop, too. Simply use larger squares of fabric and more sand.

  • Jenne Saunders

    Line the front edge of a shelf with cork stoppers and disks, available at crafts store. Glue them in place, then tack on notes, cards, and reminders. To keep books in place, sew a beanbag bookend out of a fabric remnant. Fill a quart-size resealable plastic bag three-quarters full of sand or dried beans. Cut two rectangles of fabric large enough to accommodate the filled bag, and hand- or machine-stitch seams on three sides. Insert the bag, and stitch the final side closed.

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