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In 2010, my father gave me a Kindle Keyboard as a gift. I fell in love with it as soon as I got it, and set out on a never ending adventure to find a case for it. I never found one! Everything I saw was too dull, too ugly, too expensive, and didn't offer enough protection.
I decided to make my own. The first few cases I made were horrible. I almost gave up, but am so glad I didn't.

Now I am infatuated with my cases. They offer excellent protection, are extremely durable, function exactly as they should, and look great. I also offer them at a great price point. My cases are affordable, as any great case should be. No one wants to pay a fortune for something, right?

I began making Tablet cases in the beginning of…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 1
  • Joined December 17, 2009

Favorite materials

binders board, decorative papers, various adhesives, bling, waxed linen thread, glue, rhinestones, old used books, metal fasteners, crappy vinyl records

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About

I'll start with a simple "Hi!"
Welcome to my shop!

In 2010, my father gave me a Kindle Keyboard as a gift. I fell in love with it as soon as I got it, and set out on a never ending adventure to find a case for it. I never found one! Everything I saw was too dull, too ugly, too expensive, and didn't offer enough protection.
I decided to make my own. The first few cases I made were horrible. I almost gave up, but am so glad I didn't.

Now I am infatuated with my cases. They offer excellent protection, are extremely durable, function exactly as they should, and look great. I also offer them at a great price point. My cases are affordable, as any great case should be. No one wants to pay a fortune for something, right?

I began making Tablet cases in the beginning of 2012, for the same reason I started making E Reader cases. Tablet cases are boring and overpriced, just like E Reader cases.

I start with beat up hardcover books. The spines are broken or the pages are generally colored in, torn, or falling out. I take those unwanted, ugly, ruined books and with a little hard work and a whole lot of love, transform them into something that can be enjoyed on a daily basis for a very long time.

For those of you who are reading this and may be concerned: I never use books that are in good condition. I personally refuse to destroy perfectly good books; I consider it a sin.

Please contact me if you want a custom case made! I would love to work with you!


-Sarah

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