It was great fun to chat with Joanne Sharpe today on my Facebook Live. Joanne is a watercolor and lettering artist from Rochester, New York who started her professional career as a K-12 art educator and went on to become a sought-after retreat teacher and published author. In our interview Joanne shares several unexpected sources […]
This week’s Facebook live went a little pear shaped because we had issues with slow internet, so I re-recorded the tutorial of the project, named Easiest Book Ever. It’s a great way to showcase quotes and poetry, which ties into this month’s theme challenge which is Poetry. Here are some of the links mentioned in […]
Each month on the Vintage Page Designs blog we have a theme challenge. This month we are creating books relating to POETRY. Let your imagination go wild – there are no rules except that it needs to be a book. Please share your books with our community in one or more of these places: the […]
Last year I was asked to bind one of Uppercase Magazine’s special edition books, Quilted. The book is a real feast for the eyes – it contains interviews with and profiles of modern quilters and is filled with amazing quilting inspiration. Even if you’re not a quilter, the colors and textures leap off the page […]
Each month on the Vintage Page Designs blog we have a theme challenge. This month we are creating books relating to tea. This can be a tea cup shaped book, a book with tea bag pages, an artist book about tea. Let your imagination go wild – there are no rules except that it needs […]
We had so much fun last October with our 5-Day Challenge, that we are hosting another one next month, March 8-12th. When it comes to creating handmade books, the most common struggle is not knowing where to start. This 5-day challenge will walk you step-by-step through your first project. You will learn about the basic […]
The challenge for January in our free Facebook group, Crafting Handmade Books and the Handmade Book Club was Transparent. Here’s a selection of the many amazing entries that we had: Are you going to take part in February’s Wood challenge? Post in the Facebook group and you might be featured on the blog!