DIY Kindle Or Tablet Cover

We finally broke down and got a Kindle, so naturally, we needed a DIY Kindle Case or tablet cover to go along with it!

DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth
DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

After squinting my way through the Bahamas, I was lucky enough to receive a Kindle Paperwhite.

Which officially makes me a part of the cool kids club in my mind!

The only thing missing from my newfound sense of reading ease and relaxed fingers was a cool cover for it.

(You know what I’m talking about, the cramping fingers from trying to shield the sun with your book from the pool chair!)

After not finding one that’s quite “me”, I decided to make myself one and I thought you might find this DIY Kindle Or Tablet Cover good for gifting, too!

Planning to surprise a special someone with a Kindle gift package for Christmas?

These cute gift wrapping ideas will surely help you choose the perfect kindle gift wrap.

To make the full travel theme complete, I also styled it with some of my favorite vacation goodies to give you some more stocking stuffer ideas to go along with it. 

And yes, yes. I do read work-related books on vacation. (This is my current read.)

So judge me as you will. I’m like a machine that can’t stop!

DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth
DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

Materials And Tools Needed To Make DIY Kindle Or Tablet Cover

Folding folio notepad – Find a similar like this one.

Marble adhesive paper

Scissors

DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

How To Make DIY Kindle Or Tablet Cover

My Kindle fits perfectly inside this padfolio’s pocket, but I wanted to spruce it up a bit.

Step 1 —  To do that, I measure how much I wanted the marble paper to show on the cover.

DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

Step 2 — Then, I laid the padfolio flat so that I could measure and mark to cut one giant triangular piece so that it would wrap around the front and back sides for a better grip.

DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

Step 3 — Once you have your piece of marble paper cut to size, all you have to do is peel the back off and stick!

DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

Pretty simple right?! I feel like this would be the perfect care package or gift for the travel lover. Have any of you gotten into e-readers? P.S.- I’d also LOVE to know your most recent business-related reads, too!

DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth
DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

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DIY Kindle or Tablet Cover - Sugar & Cloth

DIY Kindle Or Tablet Cover

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A quick tutorial on how to make a simple e-reader cover for your Kindle or tablet. It's cheap, easy, and cute!
Active Time30 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course DIY
Category Decor

Equipment

  • Scissors

Materials

Instructions

  • Measure how much you wanted the marble paper to show on the cover.
  • Laid the padfolio flat so that you could measure and mark to cut one giant triangular piece so that it would wrap around the front and back sides for a better grip.
  • Once you have your piece of marble paper cut to size, all you have to do is peel the back off and stick!
Cost: $10
KEYWORD: diy kindle cover

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14 thoughts on “DIY Kindle Or Tablet Cover”

  1. This tutorial is so cute I featured it in a roundup post over on my blog. You can check it out here: https://creativefashionblog.com/diy-christmas-gifts-2/

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  2. I’m in love with marble right now, too! Wonderful DIY idea.

    -Sara

    www.saradujour.me
    Beauty | Fashion | Home Decor | DIY | Food & Drink, and more

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  3. I can’t believe how effective the marble paper is – it looks so expensive! Amazing!
    Hannah x
    Http://crafternooncabaretclub.com/blog

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