It’s always a shame when a book loses pages or becomes damaged in some other way. Sometimes the ink faces or too much wear and tear causes pages to rip through the lettering. We can never bring ourselves to just throw a book out, though, so we’re always on the lookout for new ways to upcycling old books that we come across that can’t be read in full anymore!Check out this list of in our application creative and beautiful ways to transform old book pages into art and decor that’ll grab anyone’s attention, but especially that of your fellow bookworms!DIY ink printed book page artwalks you through the steps for creating an ink printed image on a book page background. Choose a simply outlined picture and follow the instructions for printing, placement, and transfer. Chalk and ink book page drawingDo you love the aesthetic of the decor piece above but you’re more of a hand drawn DIY enthusiast than a print and transfer person? That’s a great idea too and Grey Luster Girl has some suggestions for making it look extra fabulousSharpie quote scratching artDo you have a favourite book quote that inspires you or that you relate to very well? Turn it into pretty wall decor so that you’re reminded of those words every day! We love this chic but messy techniqueColour printed book pagesDo you love the idea of printing an inked image onto a book page but you’d prefer a little pop of colour in your art? Book page rosettesIf you’re feeling very creative and you love actually hand crafting things, then we think these spiralled rosettes are the perfect craft for you! Whether you stick them all over a canvas to make well decor or bunch them into a bouquet to place in a case, they’re going to look absolutely gorgeous with the words showing throughout the blossoms. Find out how they’re done in our applicationButterfly book sculptureThis adorable little paper sculpture takes a little more time and care than some of the other things you’ll find on this list.