Sewing is definitely not my thing so Stitch Witchery and a good steam iron are two of my favorite partners in crafting crime. And today I’m sharing a great new no-sew craft project over on Hamilton Beach’s Everyday Good Thinking blog! I used their Durathon digital iron to create these simple no-sew book covers with some favorite colorful fabrics, turning the ugliest of books into the perfect decorative accessories.
Since I’m guilty of being fickle and changing things up in my home more than I probably should, I made covers that are removable so that you can change them out with the seasons and the design of your space. No sewing and no messy glue.
One of my favorite spots to use a couple of pretty books is on the chest of drawers in our entry – I think my elephant is digging the new summer colors:
I share other ways I’ve used my no-sew book covers in my home and as part of unique hostess gifts over on Everyday Good Thinking along with the simple step-by-step tutorial – hop over and check it out!
I’ll see you guys back here later this week when I’ll be sharing the first of several small updates to our kitchen. I’m loving how things are coming together even if it’s a lot more slow-going than I expected.
Have a great start to your week,
Thanks to Hamilton Beach for supplying the Durathon iron used to make these no-sew book covers and for partnering with me to create a post for their blog. As always, all opinion are 100% genuine and my own.