Time and the River

Making ‘From Tears to Light’ was so much fun that I decided to make anther accordeon-booklet.

Still 2 halve pages are white, have not yet decided what to draw up them, but I like the little book allready.

(Suggestions welcome ! )

Here the pictures:

frontcover

frontcover

inside cover and the why of the book

inside cover and the why of the book

source of the river

source of the river

 

sabletooth tiger

sabletooth tiger

 

iron age

iron age

 

early middleages

early middleages

 

'back cover '

‘back cover ‘

 

wide waters and marshes

wide waters and marshes

 

growth of a city

growth of a city

 

last page

last page

Do You like it?

And do you (want to) make your own book(let)s ?

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6 thoughts on “Time and the River

  1. Pingback: Art Journals and.. stamps | Atelier Cécile

  2. This is such a wonderful way to record historical events that might otherwise be lost or forgotten in time! Thank you for sharing your art with us at Mini Album Makers Challenge Blog. Anne x

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  3. What an interesting idea for a mini book. It is wonderful to record things in a small space rather than always needing to do traditional scrapbooking. Mini albums are so versatile! Thanks for joining our FIRST challenge at Mini Album Makers.

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  4. This is such an amazing handmade book. Your covers are gorgeous and I love the photo collages on your pages. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Mini Album Makers. To be eligible for the prize you must publish your post on or after September 1, 2017 with a newly made book. We hope you’ll play along again with a new project. Hugs, Autumn

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  5. thanks all for the nice comments 🙂
    I started with altering books, but now more and more often I make books myself, including trying many sorts of binding. Not all turn out to be a succes, but I keep trying . It is fun 🙂

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