One sheet of paper

I took inspiration from Autumn for this water-themed mini book. It’s amazing how easily you can transform a simple sheet of copy paper into a little book. I chose water as my theme and used a Gelli Arts gel plate, some inks and paints and some textural elements to create a double-sided patterned paper. Then I cut the paper into four parts, folded and bound them together adding a Grafix Dura-lar painting as my cover page.

The mini book was ready in one sitting lasting a little over 30 minutes. I then added lots of mixed media details, sketched, wrote, stamped and colored in this mini book over the course of two days.

I love how simple this project is and how you can transform it into whatever you want.

What do you think of my little themed book? Is it something you see yourself making? Happy to answer any specific questions you may have and I hope you have a wonderfully creative day!

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One response to “One sheet of paper”

  1. This is so beautiful and the theme and colors are perfect. I live at the beach and though I hate the ocean and sand this book speaks to me.

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