|Slipcover boxes can hold a lot of magic|
|Slipcovers could also store a lot of sex tips.|
Slipcover boxes, on the other hand, only cover five sides of a book. The book is then slipped into the structure, leaving the spine exposed. Often, this model is used to contain book sets together. Of course, the structure can be used to cover any box shaped object or objects, including DVDs, CDs, or stationary. Or even Cosmopolitan Magazine, which I just learned, forms a picture when the spines from each issue of a calendar year are placed next to each other. How great would that look in a slipcover box?