More things to remind myself:
It is okay to score the heavier paper — with the back of an X-Acto. But scoring is not a substitute for folding. If I wrote “fold”, fold.
The perforation needs to be done last. Otherwise you risk ripping the thing before you even have a chance to fold it.
Cut the flaps before folding. It’s too easy to accidentally cut off flaps if the cover is folded first.
Gluing with a glue stick is a problem, for multiple reasons; but I don’t think rubber cement is okay for this book. So I don’t know what I can do…
At this rate the chance of me getting any of these bowls to the museum before Tuesday is zero.