Tuesday, February 18

More Paste Papers in Action

Here are a few more books I've made using my paste papers for the endpapers. I'm really liking how these are turning out, and must give myself a day sometime soon just to play with more colour combinations.




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    1. Thank you Alissa! That one was made with a blow dryer diffuser to draw circles on the page. A very fun tool to use!

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  2. HI Laura, thanks for sharing!
    All of them are magnificent. I liked more the second one.
    Congratulations and thanks again!

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    1. Thank you Lucia! It's fun to play with unlikely colour combinations and see what happens.

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  3. very pretty ! I have no clue what paste paper is, I probably missed that somehwere but I love how they look

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  4. Ha, Ruth! You'd probably have a lot of fun with it! It's basically the adult version of finger painting, and you can use the papers for any of your paper projects.

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  5. Lovely! I like the first one best (fun how we all have different favourites!). I must try paste papers - maybe this spring or summer, out in the garden (& hang them on the washing line to dry!!)
    I saw some of the other photos of these books (on Facebook I think...) so I know how lovely they are!

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    1. Thanks Lizzie! This first is actually my favourite too--it's so dramatic. You should try it out--it's fun to do with a group or a few creative friends. There are lots of recipes available online.

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