Monday, 16 March 2015
The joy is in the journey travel journal
This project was published in Create magazine March issue!
Paper: Paper House Productions- Old World
Stickers: Paper House Productions- Canvas Journey, Canvas Paris, 3D- Spain, Skiing, Family Heritage, Cruise
Other: bookboard, string
How to make this project:
1. Cover the bookboard piece with patterned paper from both sides of the journal. Make a spine from grungeboard, paint it with black acrylic and make the book.
2. Add a central paper strip as shown. Glue the inked chipboard shape and adhere a big canvas sticker over it. Add all other stickers around as shown.Glue a black leather string near the spine on the cover.
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