Wednesday, 6 June 2012

My Creative Space - books, books and more books

I hope you're not getting too bored of my books as they are still dominating the space over here right now.

I'm working on a run of the slimmer journals at the moment. There's the lime green leather one.

And its pretty bird and birdcage print card supports.

There is then the classy grey one with the incredible embossed leather cover, silver eyelets and those pretty silver corner protectors.

Here's the card I used on the inside for added support.

And finally there is the cerise one with the star buttons and silver eyelets on the spine ...

I think I am getting the hang of these pen holder closures.

To finish, here is the inside cover of the cerise journal, complete with pretty card.

There are two more of these slimline journals waiting to be finished off. Then I think I might drag the poor sewing machine out, dust her off and sew up a few things.

Linking up this week with lots of wonderful creative spaces here.

Have a creative day, friends!


  1. They're all lovely! Love the pen holder closures.

  2. Ady, they are gorgeous, I love the colours you chose, lime green is one of my favourites!

  3. Ady, you've been busy ........more gorgeous colours, love the lime green and the cerise cover looks so tactile.
    The grey one looks very stylish and all the little touches make them so special.

    Claire :}

  4. Those are beautiful! You do great work!

  5. They are GLORIOUS! sooo lovely and professional! I love the colours too, nice and bold. Who wants a black journal these days anyway!?

  6. I really like the buttons you add to the spines - so nice to see a stitched spine embellished in that way. :)

  7. All beautiful Ady, but that cerise one is my favourite for sure - gorgeous colour!!

  8. They are lovely and extremely professional looking!

  9. Bored with books.. are you kidding - they look fab!!

  10. These are great. What a perfect gift they would make. You've done a beautiful job.

  11. Four years later, I'm here thinking these are wonderful. The cerise especially.


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