This personalized Catholic Bible Cover features a graphic Army design printed into the cover and is a great way to keep your Bible in excellent condition in the midst of taking your Bible from place to place. Along with protecting your Bible, these new Bible covers showcase the latest technological innovation to come out of our Steubenville creative studio: direct-to-leather printing.
Choose your favorite devotional image from over 40 designs and pair it with up to three lines of text. You can also save $10 by selecting “not personalized” and let the image itself stand alone and beautiful. Either way, these Catholic Bible covers make excellent gifts for sacramental occasions like First Communion, Confirmation, and the RCIA.
About the Printing:
Our machine uses computer-controlled printheads that slowly move back and forth across each Bible cover, coating the surface with specially-formulated inks designed to bond with the material and immediately begin the curing process. The result is a beautiful graphic devotional image that is bonded into the leather rather than adhered to the top of it. Your Bible graphic will not crack, peel, or separate from the cover, and the only way to damage the image is to damage the cover itself.
These zipper-enclosed Bible covers come with a convenient and soft handle nad are available in black or tawny and in medium or large. On the right and left inside covers are sleeves for your Bible to be securely kept inside the cover - or these sleeves, along with a sleeve on the back cover, make perfect pouches for papers, holy cards, and devotional images to be kept with you.
Medium covers fit Bibles approximately 6" x 8.5".
Large covers fit Bibles approximately 7" x 10".
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The cover is beautiful and beautifully made. The gold lettering stands out very well against the black background. The only faults I found are the odor(I hope that fades!), and the fact that, in order to have equal lines of personalization, the first word of the phrase, "Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam," was written on the line. That made it look as Ad a part of that line, which did not make sense. The preview did not show it that way. Everyone else who is involved in giving the gift to our pastor who will be deployed to Iraq next month thinks it looks ok, so I won't complain further!