When a client is looking for a slipcase for a book, it’s usually for just a single book and is mostly for aesthetic or protective purposes. Slipcases also can’t really have a handle as the only location makes it difficult to remove the book. Traditional slipcases (pictured below), therefore, aren’t overly practical for the client that wants to carry the books in something functional with a handle.
Enter the die cut Book Carrier! This style of slipcase requires conventional printing, die cutting, the application of Velcro or magnetic closures and a handle. Traditional handles can be applied, or you can get create and use materials like rope, faux leather, plastic, metal, etc. From a cost point of view, die cut Book Carriers are generally cheaper than a conventional book slipcases and Book Carriers involve you (the printer) in the printing!