DIY Book Spine Poetry

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(Walk the Edge, Linger, A Step Toward Falling, Fade, Wake)

It’s Friday! Let’s have some fun! I am always looking for fun things to do with books. Whether it be book crafts or organizing my bookshelf (I promise I have a life outside of this). I have done Book Page Poetry, where you cut book pages into strips and then re-organize them and highlight certain words to make poetry, but I just recently tried Book Spine Poetry. I don’t consider myself to be a very “poetic” person. I like writing…but I don’t write poetry. I thought I was going to be awful at this! But it was actually really really fun! I just thought I would share a few of my “spine poetry” creations with you and I encourage you to go through your personal library or your public library and try out some poetry!

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(Mary Mary, Blue-Eyed Devil, The Girl You Left Behind)

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(Aftermath, So Wild a Dream, Journey of the Dead, The Big Sky)

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(Leap of Faith, All I Need, Hold Fast, Don’t Look Back)

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(Wild, Manhunt, Let Him Go, Unbroken)

Feel free to share any of your Book Spine Poetry pictures with me in the comments or post them on Instagram and tag me in them (@revitalizedreading)!

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Author: Revitalized Reading by Danica

Working in a public library for three years has introduced me to some of the most interesting books and book related ideas! I am a creator, dreamer, and lover of all literature and i'm here to share my bookish ways with you!

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