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Old book spines glued to a box. Great idea for a hidden bookshelf storage. Love this idea!

Now I know there are no original thoughts... I had this same idea and have bags of books waiting to be cut. I had a few other thoughts too, perhaps I'll try them first.

Book Spines Christmas Tree...how fun if you could find old worn out books that related to Christmastime

Pretty Lace Bookmarks that are created from old book spines...DIY project

Mark with the Spine ~ Here's a past-perfect idea for old books. -- If a vintage book is falling apart, gently remove the spine from the binding and neatly trim the edges to create a bookmark. -- Using glue, adhere the spine to heavy card stock. -- To seal, brush on a light coat of decoupage medium. -- Punch a hole in the top edge; thread a corded tassel through.

Jamie Keiles creates fashionable wrist cuffs using the spines of old and damaged books, stitched up with leather backings and heavy-duty snaps. (She'll line them in vinyl too, if you'd prefer.) I like the graphic, unisex look of these and of course the recycling aspect is a great plus. Recycled Book Cuffs

Jane Austen book spines. Wuthering Heights binding by Celia Birtwell. Emma binding by Amy Gibson. Jane Eyre binding by Petra Borner. Pride & Prejudice binding by Kazuko Nomoto. #books #illustrations #covers