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    a new kind of book; i figured out i could join pieces of paper together to make a book without adhesive, or stitching, using a particular method of folding. This is my first one, and a bit messy.

    Jan Allsopp, spiritbox, bent folk, and 45 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. selflesh 75 months ago | reply

      Jade,

      Lovely!!!
      It's been some time since I've checking in to see what you have been up to. Great work as usual!!!

      I hope all is well.
      Best,
      >s

    2. Felt Meets Cloth - Abigail Thomas 75 months ago | reply

      i really like this, have been working on my own kind of folding ideas will post some pics when i can.

    3. michbb6 71 months ago | reply

      This is great! The subtle changes of color on the paper is stunning. I just LOVE paper!

    4. BSmaurer 69 months ago | reply

      stained, folded paper.... mmmm.... the things my dreams are made of. :0)

    5. seaurchin2008 [deleted] 68 months ago | reply

      evening, i went to your exhibition at wollongong art gallery, i remember the day clearly, i'd had enough of uni, , drove down to wollongong had something yummy to eat, grabbed a coffee and went to see what was on at the gallery, i was totally blown out by your work it is awesome, i still have your catalogue here, well here somewhere amongst my mountains of , lets just say stuff.... awesome work.....

    6. Els Vlieger 39 months ago | reply

      Looks stunning!

    7. Blueberry Bl♥nde 16 months ago | reply

      do you have a tutorial? this looks fun to make!

    8. kipthomas 11 months ago | reply

      I agree with Blueberry Blond, have you a tutorial for this? I love making things from paper and this would be just too much fun. Kip

    9. Johoanna Robson 7 months ago | reply

      Oh, this is beautiful! I also would love a tutorial on this.

    10. torhalla 7 months ago | reply

      One of my daughters brought home a small one of these as a mothers day gift. It was really nice.

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