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When the endsheets are dry, brush glue onto the enddsheet (it's helpful to do one side and then the other, rather than trying to glue both at once). Align the spine along the length of the cover. Do the same to the other side, gluing the other endsheet to

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When the endsheets are dry, brush glue onto the enddsheet (it's helpful to do one side and then the other, rather than trying to glue both at once). Align the spine along the length of the cover. Do the same to the other side, gluing the other endsheet to
When the endsheets are dry, brush glue onto the enddsheet (it's helpful to do one side and then the other, rather than trying to glue both at once). Align the spine along the length of the cover. Do the same to the other side, gluing the other endsheet to the back cover.DON'T glue the spine!!The cover should overlap the pages by about an 1/8 inch on each edge except the spine.

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