Handmade Watercolor Book

This is the last one, I swear! My third attempt at making a little watercolor booklet from loose leaf papers came out better than the last two. Since I was using four strands of thread, I alternated blue and pink. I just love the cover and thread colors, so I thought I’d share one last set of handmade notebook photos. 😀

binding detail cover inside pagesThe best thing? It lies perfectly flat. If you’re curious how I bound the thing, here is the tutorial I used by the lovely SeaLemon.

Bound Single-Page Books

Spending any amount of time on SeaLemon’s YouTube channel will send one away in a flurry of ideas, and after discovering that I had some watercolor pages laying around, I decided it was time to delve into the art of single-page binding. My first attempt is shoddy but quaint. Kikki.K fans will recognize the cardboard from their planner packaging as the cover. 😀 I love it. The mini square booklet was my second attempt with sheets of bristol and watercolor. The cover is from some old books. ❤

Strathmore Sketchbook Flip

I’ve filled my mixed media Strathmore sketchbook and thought I’d share a flip of its insides with you.

  • Media used includes a whole bunch of stuff including
  • Indian ink
  • Faber-Castell Gelatos
  • watercolors of different brands
  • Prismacolor colored pencils, markers and water-soluble pencils
  • Sharpies
  • Sakura Gelly Roll pens
  • cheap acrylics
  • charcoal in black and white
  • and some other stuff I’m probably forgetting 8D