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Beautiful photo books and book printing. Make your own book

Beautiful photo books and book printing. Make your own book If that sounds a little “all over the place” when it comes to types of books you can make at Blurb, it is. By design. Because if you can think it, dream it, draw it, write it, or photograph it, we can help you turn whatever “it” is into a beautiful print and ebook.
The Paper Source workshop inspired me so much, I thought I would do another stationary project. How to Line Envelopes: A simple and quick way to make your letters more personal 1. Choose your paper/envelopes 2. Trace your liner template and slide into plain envelope Peek-A-Boo Envelopes - 52 Weeks Project Peek-A-Boo Envelopes - 52 Weeks Project
Paper Making - 52 Weeks Project Paper Making - 52 Weeks Project Time: 2 hours Materials: Arnold Grummer’s paper making kit, blender, flat tray, iron The best thing about making your own paper is that you can recycle any type of existing paper that may be considered useless like labels, magazines, news paper, wrapping paper, etc. You can even add natural elements like leaves and grass (one of these sheets has peppermint tea in it!). Grind your old paper scraps in a blender. Pour mix into the mold. Lift and dry (instructions are with the kit).

recycled scrap paper notebooks

recycled scrap paper notebooks we blessing sisters have loved notepads, notebooks and all things paper since our first wide-rule pads we bought in gradeschool. we have trouble letting go of even a single sheet of paper, lest we find a use to reuse or recycle it in the craft room! this time, we repurposed our old faxes and paper scraps into notebooks and made them useful again. we pulled out old wrapping paper, books we didn’t mind ripping pages out of, and other odds and ends to make the covers pretty. this is quick and easy to do with what you already have at home, and you end up with a stack of handy, useful pads that might even give you a tinge of back-to-school nostalgia. –bbbcraft sisters CLICK HERE for the full how-to after the jump! Materials:
Previous image Next image We love to integrate books into our decor, but does your child have favorite books that aren't quite in display condition? Beat up paperbacks can easily be turned into custom hardbacks with some scrap cardboard, fabric, a gluestick, and an inkjet printer. Unleash your inner graphic designer with this quick and easy tutorial! How To Turn Old Paperbacks into Custom Hardbacks

How To Turn Old Paperbacks into Custom Hardbacks

Moleskine Reloaded : Sketching and Sketchbooks Table of Contents I. Introduction The size and durability of the Moleskine Pocket notebook is perfect for my sketching needs, but the paper is not ideal. Although both “sketchbook” and “watercolor” versions are available, neither is well-suited to my particular requirements. Moleskine Reloaded : Sketching and Sketchbooks
DIY: Custom Bubble Mailers | Shoplet Office Supplies Blog DIY: Custom Bubble Mailers | Shoplet Office Supplies Blog {Photo courtesy of Momommy} One of my new favorite sources for cool craft projects is Stumble Upon. I “stumbled upon” these great instructions for creating bubble mailers. There have been a few times since I’ve moved to NY where I’ve had to sprint to the Container Store by my house before they close.
Altered matchboxes are easy and fun to make! To view a step-by-step tutorial with photos for making these paper boxes, check out the Matchbox Valentines How Tuesday post on the Etsy Storque blog. These little boxes are approximately the size of standard, store-bought, 32-count matchboxes (1.5″ x 2″ x .5″). They make lovely mini gift boxes, and are also fun to swap! Weblog


Fold a heart page marker

Fold a heart page marker

This is simply too easy not to make. Here’s how: 1. Use a square piece of paper. 2. Fold in half. Crease. 3.
Japanese Kusudama, this tutorial is featured on Craftuts Anyone can do that, I assure you. The proof: I can, just take a quick look at my result below.

Paper Flowers – Anyone Can Do That |

One of a kind handmade rose =] I say boutonniere in the title because I made it for my prom date, but this could easily be altered to make a corsage, or just any kind of decorative flower. Also, I used sheet music (because it matches my dress quite well), but have fun with different colors and mediums =] Paper Rose Boutonniere ∙ How To by Scarlet on Cut Out

rolled paper flowers {tutorial

Welcome to flower week – five days of simple and delightful flower projects. I could probably do three weeks of flowers because there are so many different ways to create them, but I’ve limited it to five of my current favorites. Before we get started, let me make a few disclaimers: 1. I find inspiration for projects all over the place {online, in shops, in magazines}, then figure out how to re-create them on my own.
Some of the best projects are also the most simple, and it doesn’t get much more “back to basics” than these paper punched Easter eggs. Simple and classic, they take just a few minutes to make and will last for many springs to come! Materials: 5/8″ paper punch

Paper Punched Easter Eggs Tutorial by Nikki In Stitches

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