Might just get one or two of them for my personal Nook. Even though I already have a cover that my Mom made me that is also cute.
(Also ... my apologies in advance but the layout of this post is doing VERY STRANGE THINGS as I work on it. I wonder what it will do when it goes live?)
Unfortunately this just goes to the pic and not the original link. Which I did try to find (not super hard but I did try) cause that is just poor pinning etiquette. Other than that ... I LOVE THIS COVER.
(And ... HERE IS THE LINK TO ORDER IT! WOO-HOO!)
Fanny pack? No thank you. Bag for e-reader (so it doesn't get put in a backpack)? Perhaps. Love the colors. It would get dirty, though, if KIDS actually used it.
Definitely can't spend $60+. But I love this. I do. If any of our withdrawn books ever had nice covers I'd try to make my own. They don't, though. Cover is usually the first thing to go.
Basically, I love just about every one the Etsy shop Chick Lit Designs has in the shop.
Here is a relatively simple DIY one. I wonder how well it really protects? And how easy it would be to cut out the pages and properly smooth and fasten the fabric.
Would sort of prefer one where you could read the Nook without having to take it out of the cover (at least for school). But this one is doable with ugly old covers because you PAINT them.
Needs no explanation.
A classic chevron is always nice.
This one is for an iPad but I LOVE IT. Already asked my Mom to make it for me for my school iPad (though not in these colors). Yes, I am a grown-up. :]
I've followed this blog with interest in her Nook program. This is what I WANTED ours to be last year. No luck. WE'LL TRY AGAIN.