Saturday, February 22, 2014
a minibook of fruits and vegetables
This is a very simple way to make an 8-page minibook. Any size of paper will do as long as you can divide it into eight equal-sized blocks. Note that pages 1-4 are the reverse of pages 5-8 (the top of each section meets at the center line), and that pages 7 and 8 will be your book covers. Fold on the broken lines, and cut on the solid line, which extends for only the connecting line between the four middle blocks.
I made my etegami minibook by taping the etegami cards together to form eight equal-sized blocks, leaving the connecting line between the four middle blocks un-taped to make the equivalent of the book pattern shown.
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Wonderful. I make that book all the time, but didnt think of taping cards together to make a postcard sized one. Thank you for another great idea.ReplyDelete
Okay, I think I should re-read this tomorrow, not after a couple of glasses of wine. I am so confused, LOL!ReplyDelete
^^ Thank you!ReplyDelete
your minibook is very useful!
Thank you! I will be trying this...looks pretty easy.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this beautifull minibook ! It's a good idea !ReplyDelete
this is lovely and a great way to make mini-books!ReplyDelete