Hi you all, it's weekend! And a freezin' cold one at that. It was dark and dismal all day, with lots of rain and mist - yuck! And I thought we had at last turned the corner to spring....
Today I am linking to Manon's Paper Saturdays with these 2 little folders / ATC / photo holders or whatever. They are each made from one sheet of double sided 12" paper, and are a variation of the maze book. The first one, which was primarily made for the Make My Monday 'Jane Eyre' Challenge, has been made with 7 Gypsies paper. The folded edge at the bottom has been trimmed with a Martha Stewart Punch. I made 4 ATCs, using images from Jane Eyre (all courtesy of Wikipedia Commons). I did not try to colour them, as I think the black and white images fit better to the Victorian age and to the sad story.
The covers have been clear varnished to make them more durable.
There are 8 pockets in all
I enjoyed making this, and remembering reading the book as a child and crying buckets of tears over it....
The second little book has been made of one sheet of Kaisercraft paper. For the back I used a scrap of coredinations paper which I distressed and inked with red DI.
Both sides of the sheet were printed with a scalloped pattern, so I fussy cut along the edges to make the scallops.
These little books are quick and easy to make, and make nice presents, perhaps filled with a few photos or cards or whatever.
Here's wishing you all a great weekend. Take care, have fun, and thanks a lot for visiting!