The next two books used the herringbone technique I learned from Club Scrap. I've used this technique before for books. This is a great way to use up those little strips of paper. To seal the cover, I covered it with bookbinding glue that was watered down a bit. The glue coating also gives a little bit of a sheen to the cover.
This book uses a "quadrant" technique that I've used before on cards (experimenting with color and scraptastic snowflakes), and was originally demoed by Club Scrap. I also used some masking on each of the panels, so the images didn't get stamped over. If you're worried about cutting straight edges, covering the join marks with an embellishment is a perfect way to cover the center - just in case things don't quite meet up!
Finally, this is just a simple book with some cardstock and stamping. Initially, I tried to use ribbon as the vertical brown strip, but found out the hard way that ribbon doesn't really punch well with the bind-it-all.
Which book is your favorite? Let me know if you want to learn more about any of the specific techniques used in these books. All paper and stamps are from Club Scrap.