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27 January 2008


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Its a lovely little book and the perfect place to pop moo cards in. Bookmaking looks like a very therapeutic activity


Congratulations to Elizabeth.

Your little book looks so classy. And thanks for the links to some other lovely sites. x


your little book looks lovely! and moo cards would be the perfect thing to put in, now if I make a book does that give me the excuse to order the moo cards!


I love it! Its brilliant (looks neat to me) and waaaay better that my first attempt at an accordion book...
Keep it up :)


I love your accordion book and a great idea ti keep your Moo cards in it.
At last I'm not the only one with a scrapstore!! I really need to go to my local one this week -not because I need anything - just because I need to get my fix!!

Lesley xx


What a cute little accordion book. I've eyed projects sharing this technique but haven't tried it myself yet. You're inspiring me to try it soon.


Hi Ali, Thanks for stopping by my blog and indeed my shop! I've been wanting to get my hands on how to make books so I'd love to see what you get up to.


hey - gorgeous little book, great links too. Take a wander over to my blog - there is something there for you!


little paper bird is ace!
cool book you have there - i like foldy-out things


I'm delighted to have won your draw - it really made my day - thank you.


oohh this book has gone straight on my Amazon wish list! I'd love to get into making some books, but where to find the time? that's the question. I love your blog by the way... found you via Mollychicken.


Hi there! I'm so glad to be an inspiration! There aren't too many things as comforting and fascinating as bookbinding. I hope you'll enjoy all your future experiments!

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