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A well read miniature book charm

Posted by Zombiella x. from London, United Kingdom • Published See Zombiella x.'s 48 projects »
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Shaplily
Shaplily · Vitry-sur-Seine, Île-de-France, FR · 3 projects
Lovely project for one who who love books like me.
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CO + K User

omg the detail is amazing
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Alec
Alec · 1 project
This is now on my to-do list. I love this.
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Zombiella x.
Zombiella x. · London, GB · 49 projects
Hey Nicolette, thats bizzare, I posted this a while ago and it was never set up as a "how to" but has changed most odd lol, when i get some time i'll add more helpful instructions with pics, its really easy to make Happy
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Zombiella x.
Zombiella x. · London, GB · 49 projects
Hey Nicolette, thats bizzare, I posted this a while ago and it was never set up as a "how to" but has changed most odd lol, when i get some time i'll add more helpful instructions with pics, its really easy to make Happy
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Zombiella x.
Zombiella x. · London, GB · 49 projects
Hey Nicolette, thats bizzare, I posted this a while ago and it was never set up as a "how to" but has changed most odd lol, when i get some time i'll add more helpful instructions with pics, its really easy to make Happy
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Nicolette D.
Nicolette D.
it's prettyy cool, but can you make a picture tutorial?
Since this is a "How to", I'd rather it be in picture tutorial instead of one sentence in the comments on how to make it.
idk, I expected a lot of directions.
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Zombiella x.
Zombiella x. · London, GB · 49 projects
its actually pretty simple, you start with a block and slice the pages in, you just have to take care as one wrong cut and you can ruin it lol Happy
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Witchy
Witchy · New Zealand, Prince Edward Island, CA · 43 projects
Wow this is different!! Did the pages take long?? Happy
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Conn
Conn · San Francisco, California, US · 134 projects
This is awesome! I totally thought that you made the pages from paper and the cover of the book from fabric until I saw the materials tab. You have some serious skill. ;)
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