Posts Tagged 'book arts'

Sew Your Own Book Signature!

I made some sweet and simple twenty-page blank notebooks today. Now I’d like to show you how I did it! First, gather your materials: Ten sheets of paper cut to the same exact size. Mine were 6 x 9″ each.

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Sew Your Own Book Signature!

I made some sweet and simple twenty-page blank notebooks today. Now I’d like to show you how I did it! First, gather your materials: Ten sheets of paper cut to the same exact size. Mine were 6 x 9″ each.

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Inspiration Board: Textiles in Book Arts

Last winter, I took Book Arts 101 with Natalie Stopka — one of my first classes at TAC! I finished the course with some beautiful handmade journals (which were way too awesome to gift to friends, as was the original

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Inspiration Board: Textiles in Book Arts

Last winter, I took Book Arts 101 with Natalie Stopka — one of my first classes at TAC! I finished the course with some beautiful handmade journals (which were way too awesome to gift to friends, as was the original

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Papermaking with Anny Crane

In today’s fast-paced world of text messaging, email and Snapchat, it is for most people an unfortunately rare experience to write or receive a handwritten letter. Even the experience of writing with pen in an actual, physical journal is something

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Papermaking with Anny Crane

In today’s fast-paced world of text messaging, email and Snapchat, it is for most people an unfortunately rare experience to write or receive a handwritten letter. Even the experience of writing with pen in an actual, physical journal is something

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Staff Picks: Book Arts 101 Weekend Intensive

From ancient Egypt, to the Mayans, to the fifth century when books started to be bound between hardcovers: bookbinding has been around FOREVER. There are an overwhelming amount of book binding techniques to explore. Here is just a small sampling:

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Staff Picks: Book Arts 101 Weekend Intensive

From ancient Egypt, to the Mayans, to the fifth century when books started to be bound between hardcovers: bookbinding has been around FOREVER. There are an overwhelming amount of book binding techniques to explore. Here is just a small sampling:

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Class of the Week: Book Arts 101

Happy New Year! And start it with new skills! Introducing the first class of the week of 2014, and a new one at TAC — Book Arts 101, taught by the amazing Natalie Stopka.   Explore the basics of Book

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Class of the Week: Book Arts 101

Happy New Year! And start it with new skills! Introducing the first class of the week of 2014, and a new one at TAC — Book Arts 101, taught by the amazing Natalie Stopka.   Explore the basics of Book

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Needle Arts Books

Last week marked the end of this after school cycle. Below are some photos of felted, sewn and printed books created by the Needle Arts class. The books ranged from traditional sequential stories to collections of images to riddle books.

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Needle Arts Books

Last week marked the end of this after school cycle. Below are some photos of felted, sewn and printed books created by the Needle Arts class. The books ranged from traditional sequential stories to collections of images to riddle books.

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Artist Drop In: Megan Piontkowski

I’ve got my mind set on Spring. I’m feeling claustrophobic and itchy in my layers, putting on boots ignites anger, and I just want to go to the damn beach. March is the worst month in this regard, and so

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Artist Drop In: Megan Piontkowski

I’ve got my mind set on Spring. I’m feeling claustrophobic and itchy in my layers, putting on boots ignites anger, and I just want to go to the damn beach. March is the worst month in this regard, and so

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