5 Incredibly Creative School Book Cover Ideas
Covering your textbooks is a great way to improve their durability, as daily use can cause these important school supplies to get slightly damaged over time. There are several types of materials that can be used to cover notebooks and books such as plastics, adhesive papers, stickers, fabrics, etc. that increase protection and can be used in books and notebooks of all sizes. Did you know that there are even companies that purport to do this work for you? But why let others take charge of this fun and creative activity? Covering textbooks is way more fun than doodling on them creatively, as tempting as that may sound. So our advice is: get creative in a way that won’t cost you fines.
Check out these impressive book cover ideas that we have found for you. The materials can be found in any bookstore and you can use all your creativity to make the notebooks and books even more stylish.
1. Revamp the traditional grocery bag book cover
This technique is called Iris Folding. Bright colored paper will make those boring book covers exciting.
2. Cover your books with Maps!
Commemorate your trips by wrapping your books with maps from your travels. They can be city maps, country maps, or even the guidebook you used on the vacation.
3. Apply good old fashioned hand embroidery to your book covers.
Another great way to give that ol’ brown paper bag book cover a new look. Learn how to do it yourself here.
4. Doodle on it!
Get your own kraft paper or paper bags to protect your books. Draw your own designs and illustrations.
5. We are proud to present: The Donald Duck Book Cover!
Need extra storage? Donald’s bill is actually a pocket for stashing notes and homework assignments! Learn how to make your own DIY Donald Duck book cover here.
The school year will be starting before you know it, and those books will soon be there awaiting your creativity! Go ahead and get experimental! Find more ideas here.