Seit September 2018 habe ich mich intensiv damit beschäftig, aber ohne Erfolg…
Es war keine leichte Übung, aber jetzt habe ich es geschafft: man kann direkt vom Instagram-post auf meine Etsy-Seite.
This is a flatlay of my Effi Briest #journal.
These are my favorite colors.
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This is a #flipthrough of my modori-style „Count of Monte Christo“ journal.
I love this book: re-bound by Jeannine Stein.
This will be one of my new Modori-style journals. Which picture do you like best for the main listing image on Etsy?
My first sale was to my mother on Etsy in nov 2016. „Spring in Vienna“ was made of 4 lomo post cards from Vienna.
This is my favorite quote.
I once destroyed a cover because I put a price sticker on it. I had no extra wrapping paper to rebind it, so we copied the pattern in illustrator and printed it. Then i could finally take the old cover off and replace it with a new one. Lesson learned.
Now I am using these folded paper corners.
These are small #vintage #records that i bound into #notebooks and #journals.
I loved the vinyl journal. I put plain paper inside and a customer asked for lined paper. I changed it and sold my beloved Caterina Valente.
These are my #tools for #bookbinding: glue, twine, eyelets, ruler, owl, bone folder, brush, scissors, vintage buttons, bookbinding needles, brayer
me beeing very smart
I put all the information on the front and about 50 different images for the back.
This is the other side of bookbinding....it is mess and you‘ll surely find paper leftovers years later...like confetti 😉
This is what binding looks like. The part of cutting the paper is a little bit messier.