Memories..

9:19 AM


I am soo exhausted!.. I have been super busy and really have no idea what's going around these days!.. :(

Anyways, sad notes over.. heres the creative news.. I tried Japanese bookbinding from this tutorial.
I LOVED the result..

Added some photo corners.. and made my very own photo album! :)

Hey!.. almost forgot.. Does anyone know from where can I find a scallop border punch??.. tired of searching around! :(
Off to study!
---Hugs!---

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17 comments

  1. The album looks lovely! You could try Ebay...they have loads 'n' loads of craft stuff...

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  2. What a pretty photo album Spardha! :) Hope you feel less tired soon...must be the dreadful weather...

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  3. The binding looks great!Cute little album!Hope you become less busy sooner than later!

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  4. Wow.. super cute! :)
    Sorry dont know abt punches

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  5. Beautiful album..hope you get your energy back, we have a marathon on 15-18!!!
    As for the punches, my BFF is coming in Dec..want, check it out and let me know, order it and send it to her place. She can bring it.
    Its available in singapore, but too pricey!!

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  6. wow Spardha........this is gorgeous....love the oriental feel to it....u knw wht I showed ur work to my colleagues at work, they just loved it n wouldn't believe that u're still in school....

    PS - thanks for sharing the binding tutorial link.

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  7. Spardha this is ultra cute!!! thanks for sharing the tutorial. hope i get time to try it out :)

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  8. Super cute album!!
    I've a book on book-bindings.. I think I can add tutorials on my blog for about 10 more kinds of book binding.. Would anyone need that? :D
    And about scallop punch, Did you ask Shalini about them? She can get punches from fiskars on order as well.

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  9. Thanks for the tutorial. Must be the lousy weather but still if you can make something so nice than hats off. Sorry do not know about the border punch but I think fiskars makes it.

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  10. The japanese book binding looks awesome, I will have to check it out! Thanks for the link :-)

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  11. Spardha, the binding looks great...got to try that real soon. Thanks for sharing the tutorial link.

    Well, you know I am exhausted too and have been on leave from work for the past 3 days. Hope with a weekend we both will feel better :)

    You asked about a die cut in one for your comments..well sweety, I don't own die-cuts yet so i hand cut all the shapes.

    I cant help you with a scallop border punch but I can help you increase your following...with the kind of talent you have you will soon have a long list :D

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  12. Hey nice work.Really love book binding.
    Reminds me of my school days,when I was in fifth standard our science teacher taught us how to bind a book. I like it n from then I used to bind my books by my own. I love it.
    Thanks for sharing this with us.

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  13. wow...i really love the way u have binded it looks so nice...great work spardha

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  14. omg,super talented ur.how u find time for all these apart from studying?
    u can get it in fiskar's i think or u can use scallop scissors that will be more cheaper .but that too is fiskar's only:))

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  15. ♥ Olá, amiga!
    Passei para uma visitinha... amei!
    Está tudo muito lindo, criativo e de bom gosto.
    Bom fim de semana!
    Tudo de bom!!!♥
    Beijinhos.
    Itabira♥♥
    ♥♥Brasil

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  16. What a beautiful project - the colors are so inspiring. Hope you feel back to good soon :)

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