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Mar 07, 2012

How to: Make an iPad or eReader Case from a Recycled Book

created at: 03/07/2012

This afternoon, the internet is all abuzz about the unveiling of the iPad 3, with its 4G LTE support and new home buttonless design. If you'll be standing in line to get a new one, or are simply interested in a unique, handmade an recycled solution to house your current tablet or eReader, then you've got to check out this genius how-to from Italian maker Mattia.

It's a great way to get a quality case for much less than you'd pay for new. You can find old leather-bound books at the secondhand shop for a dollar or two, whereas new leaterh cases start at $30-40. Plus, you get loads and loads of character.

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