March Minibook Madness
Hello. It’s the last day of March today.
You should all have your March Kits by now. The DT have finished with their March Kits and have been playing with April’s. Did you see the reveal on Friday? Anyway, before we say goodbye to March. it’s time to have a look at the minibooks that were made this month.
Anna has a very cool binding technique to share with us this month. This is what Anna has to say.
”I used a technique called coptic stitch to assemble a minibook using papers from the March kit together with some watercolour paper. For the front and back covers I used cardboard that I painted using gesso and acrylic paint. There are many tutorials available, if you search for “coptic stitch”.
This is what the spine looks like.
Here are some of the interior pages. I used the watercolours from the December Project Art kit to paint some of my pages and I used clear embossing powder with the fishbone background stamp to create a resist effect, as seen in the middle right image”.
Thank you to Anna, for sharing that great technique with us.
I also have the cutest minibook from Alissa this month. Take a look at this. Alissa hasn’t added her photos yet. She plans to add them once March has finished to document the whole of March. I love the idea of documenting a whole month in this way.
You can view more photos in Alissa’s gallery here.
Before MandyK left she made this really sweet minibook in preparation for her travel journeys this year.
What a fab book to finish on. I’m sure Mandy will fill it with some wonderful adventures.
If this post inspires you today, we so still have a few on the March Kits left here. Thanks for stopping by today.