hand made paper, shifu, artists' books, north country living, and some words
What a lovely use of a throwaway resource! If only I'd kept all of those patterns from years ago!!!
g-thanks, slippery elm is so greata-the old papers are the better ones
the weaving, the patterns, the paper, the title. i love it all.
...here for a visit via Jude's place - this is absolutely glorious, Velma! Looks so tactile/textural, I just want to pick it up to see what it feels like under my fingers. What a gift to be able to create such a lovely thing...
Wow, I am besotted!
m & d-thanks, m, notice the topline of the book? a bit like one of my teacher's?!s-welcome, and thank you! it does feel really nice!l-thanks!
Amazing, Velma, just amazing. And I love the name you have given this little treasure.
love the contrast between bark strips and soft paper.
Beautiful!! And a perfect title too.
oh gee whiz, I'm speechless. if this is for the juried show it can't help but get in.
p-i struggled with the name-keeping it short enoughl-it feels lovelyr&m-thank you!j-thanks for the great words, my fingers are crossed
Wonderful! Wish I could touch.
oooo... I can feeeel it!
Loving the texture of the paper - I want to crawl in there...
d & v-feels really nifty!e-the texture is really something, fluffy and soft
What an absolutely gorgeous book. Perfect marriage of cover and pages.
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