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How to Add a Photo to Your Kindle Case

personalkindleIn the spirit of decorating your notebooks with your favorite photos in junior high, Amazon has a new service that lets you create your Kindle covers and skins.

It’s simple. First you add the cover for your specific device to your cart. Then choose which side you want to add your image to (you can only add one image). Decide whether you want the image to appear on the front or back of your cover of both. Then you can upload your own photo or choose an image from the Amazon library which includes graphics from Peanuts, National Geographic, Breaking Bad, and Star Trek, among others. Then you can add your selection to your cart and voila, you have a personal Kindle cover.

It costs the same price as a normal Kindle cover. Follow this link to create your own.

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