fun stuff to sort through
Get flash to fully experience Pearltrees
Some people might think that what I'm about to say is crazy. But not you. You'll completely understand me. I have favorite scissors.
Today I have the first of what I think will be a three-part tutorial to make small books. These books can function on their own, or you can make them into ornaments by simply leaving a tail of thread from which to hang them. The entire tutorial relies on bookbinding terminology, of course; I'll teach you what I can through photos and explanations, and at the end I'll give you resources for further exploration. These little books are not hard to make, but there are many steps. This first part of the tutorial looks at how to cover boards with decorative paper. These are the supplies you will need for the entire project:
Posted by Ray | 27 Feb 2012 | Comments (7) Nope, it's not a new version of the EyeWriter : " Eyebombing " is a far more low-tech—and perhaps expressly meme-friendly—form of urban intervention. Kim Nielsen and Peter Dam coined the term late last year: "Eyebombing is the act of setting googly eyes on inanimate things in the public space.