Friday, March 20, 2009

Handmade Book Swap #6

Yesterday I received my book for the 6th BEST Book Swap. It was all the way from Bonn, via Canada to my door! My book, well, two books actually, were made by Hilke from Buechertiger . They are so stylish and lovely. The books are quite small (which I love!); the biggest one fits in the palm of my hand!


BEST is the etsy street team of book binders; we have been having swaps every three months and I've participated in every one of them. I love the idea of making a new book (usually something I haven't made before) and then packaging it up for it's journey! The book I made this time was Japanese stab- bound with the covers covered in 1940's wallpaper with a little peep-hole in the front. (I made one similar to this, but smaller for our recent BrisStyle 'lucky-dip')


You can see the rest of the lovely books from the 6th swap at the BEST bookbinders blog.

Happy Friday everyone!

4 comments:

edward and lilly said...

What a lovely idea for a swap.

littlechrissy said...

great looking books all of them.

REread said...

they're great .. i love love love little books ... though i never fill them all up before i buy the next one

Hot Fudge said...

What beautiful books - I know you'll put them to good use. Can you imagine what lovely journals they would make.