So, I saw on the information page that came with the roll that you could make a book cover with it. I tried to find information on how to do this, but to no avail, so I ended up just coming up with my own way of doing it.
I found an existing notebook (which wasn't difficult for me as many of you know that I'm a huge collector of notebooks), that had quite an unattractive cover. Now, this fabric paper stuff isn't cheap, and I might add that I made two failed (and expensive) attempts at this before 'somewhat' succeeding. Now, some of you also might know that I only recently bought myself a sewing machine and that all I've made on it is cushion covers and a drawstring bag! You can imagine how pleased I was with myself for finishing this. My sewing leaves a lot to be desired too, by the way, so please forgive the wonky stitching, and we won't be showing pictures of the back of this thing either! 0_o
Basically, I've slipped the covers of the existing book into pockets inside the cover, so when this notebook has been used up, I could slide another one in and keep using this cover. I found a catalogue from the Sydney Contemporary Museum of the Arts and used the cover to sit behind the little elephant which I simply stamped onto some scrap fabric paper, and then sewed the lot to the cover. I'm really pleased with how it turned out! I have a little bit of the fabric paper left, so I'd like to try a couple more book binding experiments with it. I might just write some of my ideas down in this little notebook! Perhaps I'll see if I can even come up with a tutorial for you on how I made this one?
>>>Here's<<< a link to the YouTube video that will give you more information about Kraft-Tex Fabric Paper.