So you know how you buy or receive children's hardcover books complete with dust jackets? Well, if you're like me, you generally take the dust jacket off because otherwise your kids will take it off anyway and then you have to pick up both the book and the jacket instead of just the book.
Apparently I'm not the only one who does this, because I remember reading in a parenting magazine a tip that addressed this very thing five or so years ago.
The tip was that you can take those dust jackets, frame or otherwise prepare them, and then use them as wall art.
Great tip, huh?
I thought so. But I've been plagued by it ever since.
Because I saved all my dust jackets instead of just throwing them away in the first place like I should have done. And I never created any art out of them.
So now I'm recycling them whenever I find them in their little stashes in literally every closet in my house. I found three in The Secret Closet.
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