Friday, 21 June 2019

Bookbox tutorial for a Vintage Journey

Hello friends, just a very quick post from me to let you know that I am sharing a tutorial for how I altered a book box that I showed here a while back, over on the A Vintage Journal blog.
Here is the box and if you would like the details of how it all came together, just click here
All the best for a creative week


Annie said...

Off to view the tutorial Astrid x love this gorgeous box and all the stunning details xx See you Monday xx

A Pink said...

Terrific tutorial , Astrid . Thoroughly enjoyed reading about and seeing your tissue paper creativity . TFS.
Hope you have a lovely weekend

Amanda x

Margaret Mifsud said...

Have just come back from AVJ blog. Your book box is so gorgeous Astrid and I loved seeing how it all came together! Stunning work as always! hugs xx

Dorthe said...

Dear Astrid,
the box is so wonderful , with the
botanical theme, the lovely old looking tags attached and the golden shine on the edges . Beautiful !!! xoxo

froebelsternchen said...

WOW - terrific ! Gorgeous !!!
Happy weekend dear Astrid!
Susi xxx

Meggymay said...

It looks beautiful Astrid, I'll pop over to take a look.
Yvonne xx

Águeda said...

Que labor tan elegante para guardar unos instrumentos tan bellos.
Precioso tutorial, gracias por compartir. Saludos

Let's Art Journal said...

Wow, I loved seeing how this all came together on your tutorial at AVJ! It looks like you had so much fun with all the different techniques and the tissue paper added such a beautiful texture 😁. It's a stunning make and a fabulous place to keep those treasured wax stamps in - perfect! Sorry I haven't visited sooner, with the sunny weather and then looking after family I haven't had much time (I'm pleased that all has settled down and is now well again). I hope you are having a lovely week, enjoy! Hugs, Jo x

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