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Title:      GF Smith specifier clamshell box  Client:      SEA Design   Materials:      Colorplan embossed over board  Processes:      Litho print, foil block, cover and crease

Title: GF Smith specifier clamshell box Client: SEA Design Materials: Colorplan embossed over board Processes: Litho print, foil block, cover and crease

Tutorial on making a mini center-stitched book - (Great idea to give a friend who is struggling with words of encouragement at top of some or all of the pages? )

Tutorial on making a mini center-stitched book - (Great idea to give a friend who is struggling with words of encouragement at top of some or all of the pages? )

a new kind of book; i figured out i could join pieces of paper together to make a book without adhesive, or stitching, using a particular me...

a new kind of book; i figured out i could join pieces of paper together to make a book without adhesive, or stitching, using a particular me...

There are many different bindings that fall under the category of long-stitch, but most are distinguishable by long stitches that attach gatherings of folded pages (also called signatures) directly to the cover. This tutorial will take you through every step to stitching a simple long-stitch binding to a beautiful piece of leather. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Long; Tags: Bookbinding, Leather, Paper

There are many different bindings that fall under the category of long-stitch, but most are distinguishable by long stitches that attach gatherings of folded pages (also called signatures) directly to the cover. This tutorial will take you through every step to stitching a simple long-stitch binding to a beautiful piece of leather. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Long; Tags: Bookbinding, Leather, Paper

The Prayer Book of Queen Claude of France (wife of Francis I), circa 1517.  Each page is fully viewable online...

The Prayer Book of Claude de France

The Prayer Book of Queen Claude of France (wife of Francis I), circa 1517. Each page is fully viewable online...

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