This is a Furoshiki wrap that I made and folded it into a book carrier. It is a reversible design and can also be folded into many other types of carriers like bags and backpacks. It is for sale on my ETSY site: www.etsy.com/shop/freshedamami
Yet another hand bound journal using old comic book pages for the book covers. This is for my son to be his Summer Memory book so he can record his Summertime adventures. When I presented him with this journal he was speechless so I guess he likes it!
These are hand bound journals I made using recycled maps for the covers which I found at a local center for reuse. I love making books. The process for me is very similar to Origami and I still get to have my hands on paper!
This is my first attempt at making a hand-bound journal and it was super fun! I used Japanese washi tape to decorate the inner borders of the covers and threw in a contrasting color paper *divider* in the middle.
This was last week’s Origami class project, a folding book. It was a big hit with the kids and one of my students decided to make it her end-of-school yearbook and will have her friends sign the inside pages for memories. I decorated the outside of this book with a decoupage owl but there are endless ways to embellish this book both inside and out. The book ties closed with a ribbon.
I have found this design in several places in my own Origami books and also the Internet so I don’t have a specific source to list.