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Fold a paper strip in the format of your choice, in my case I chose a slightly cardboard sheet in A4 (U. S. Letter, 8 ½ × 11 inches) that I cut in half to get a band of 4,25 x 5½ inches. Then just fold accordion to get a mini book for working on it. I love this mini size because it allows you to quickly create, and playing with colors with an overview that helps keep harmony in the association of different shades.
Pink mood Papers que j'ai associé à des encres que j'ai utilisée pour créer un nuancier improvisé, dans un style taches d'encres, voir ci-dessus.
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To dress my mini book, I played with the contents of a pocket Pink mood Papers, that I associated with inks that I used to create a color chart improvised in a style of ink stains, see below over.
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Then I associated few papers and ribbons in a spirit of mood board. For attaching them together, I've sewn them and then I pasted the all over my mini book.
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To give more life to your mini-book by using the Pink mood Papers do not forget to use scraps from papers you have in your drawers, it will give a touch more personnal and a dynamism at this little creation ! Also add drawings, cut shapes, etc..
Voila j'espère que je vous ai donné des idées de création pour le week-end, à vous de jouer maintenant !- - -
Each lot of Pink mood Papers also contains a large pink cardboard grid label, do not hesitate to cut it into 2 parts like above. I started by using a flower stamp, it is then that I cut in half. After I have superimposed each parts with other papers to create depth into my composition.
Voila, I hope have given you creative ideas for the weekend. It's your turn now!