Tag: Mini Book

mini sewing needle book

Loved this challenge! my sweet 2 by 3 inch little book is made with love and many elements: resin coated papers, trims, fabrics, buttons wired wrapped on the spine and of course hand carved antique needles inside! Please visit my blog at www.justmiriamsstuff.blogspot.com I would love to hear from you.

Matchbox Mini Book – Road Trip

"Road Trip : Maine to California"  is a mini book made from a matchbox.  2 1/4 in. x 1 3/8 in x 5/8 in high. Pages from an old atlas, using Maine and California road maps as well as headings from the indices were used over a stiffening cardstock to create accordion pages with a theme of…

Matchbox Mini Book – Road Trip

Accordion Book made from pages of an old atlas over card stock.  Additional bindings are pamphlet stitched and "flagged".  On the reverse (unseen here is the quote "Live is a book. those who do not travel read only one page."  St. Augustine. Includes beads, metallic ribbon, small handmade stamps.

Matchbox Mini Book – Road Trip

Accordion Book made from pages of an old atlas over card stock.  Additional bindings are pamphlet stitched and "flagged".  On the reverse (unseen here is the quote "Live is a book. those who do not travel read only one page."  St. Augustine. Includes beads, metallic ribbon, small handmade stamps.

Recycled Journal

 A 6" x 6" spiral bound journal with chipboard covers and 16 watercolor paper pages. The pages feature scraps from my bundles and are sewn to the pages. To read more about this project visit: http://jessicaloughrey.blogspot.com/2011/04/spiral-journal.html

"Sea Life" mini book by Normajean Brevik

Painted recycled corrugated paper, painted water color paper pages, bits a bobs of ephemera, original  poetry, soldered shells, ribbons, glass fish, fabric and a hammered copper title page and a special fish hook complete with a bait fish on the hook and we are ready for a day at sea. By Normajean Brevik

My First Book Binding

This is my first book binding attempt. I figured why not for the mini book challenge. I used the japanese stabbing method. I found it soothing while I was working on it. This will be an art journal for my daughter to give to her daughter when all is said and done.