Make Your Own Leather Book Cover

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This last one I made took the most time, measures 5" across. It's my favorite although my daughter might not even EVER wear it. I used my same scrap of faux leathery material. I cut a large circle and 5 large petals, 5 medium petals, and 5 small petals. Then it was time to hot glue. I started with the big circle and hot glued petals one at a time onto to the circular piece and ended with another circle on top. I used "Amazing Quick HOLD Contact Adhesive" to glue all the beads shown in the photo.




The HoMedics eLounger looks more like a massage chair you'd expect. It retails for between around $500 and $800 depending on which model you choose. It's more sophisticated in technology than the AntiGravity model. You get modes of kneading, tapping, kneading and tapping and rolling. There are 3 programmed sessions - Full, Upper and Lower Back - that are approximately 15 minutes in length. This mdel is in direct competition with the iJoy massage chair range, and quite frankly I think it's better. Its styling is better than the iJoy as is its upholstery, control panel and - although a subjective comment - I prefer the administered massage.

Case-mate is expanding its Venture Case line to include a design for the iPad 2 as well. Like the version fit for the Galaxy Tab, the iPad 2's case will cost $49.99 and the cover will slip around to reveal a tablet stand. What is unclear at press is if the iPad 2 Venture Cases will be offered in a variety of colors, like they were for the iPad, or just the leather book sold for the Galaxy Tab.




If you are in the hotel business, you would know only too well that a premium guest book is a must for any fine-quality hotel. An elegant-looking leather guest book can speak for itself and about the place. It can be presented to your guests to pen down their remarks and signature. You can also use it for reservations and for jotting down the guest mailing list.

You may own and operate a car? Do you take care of it the same way you take care of yourself? Do you store gasoline in the trunk, in case you can't find a gas station? Probably not. Do you stockpile extra oil and batteries? No, no that either. Then why do you worry about dinner when you haven't finished eating lunch? Have you ever gone ahead and eaten something because you might get hungry later? Why do we worry so much about food when there is no scarcity that I've noticed? Where https://inlenguyen.com/In-catalogue.html live there is food at every corner, 24-hours a day, at the bank, the gas station and even the neighbor's garage sale.

If you enjoy a little music when you dress, check out the White Musical Jewelry Organizer. Mozart's "The Magic Flute" plays when you open the lid or the side doors. The lid features a mirror on the inside of this white wood composite organizer and there are four drawers down the center of the piece. Two hinged doors open on the sides. This piece is lined with sueded fabric and it features ring rolls and lots of compartments for all your fine jewelry.

The Simple Case was designed for the minimalist. It looks sporty and durable with cutouts for the iPad 2's cameras and ports. The case-maker's Web site shows the Simple in orange with a darker orange trim, though most color combinations are highly likely. It will be available on Case-mate's site for $34.99.

If your graduate is a man then you should take a look at the leather accessories box manufactured by Budd Leather. This men's box holds rings, cufflinks, studs and even a wrist watch or pocket watch. The handsome box fits neatly into a drawer and lists for $60, with a sale price of $38.95.