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simple one-sheet booklet instructions

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Gelatin Plate priints

Soft block carving

ShrinkFilm Instructions

Photo EZ Screen

ShrinkFilm Instructions

DIY Laser Decals


1-page booklets for scrapp-ing

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Gelplate prints
Block Carving

more available - call and ask for it!    books, Journals:
OnePage booklets
Drum Leaf no-sew

Paper Engineering: Popups and
Foldouts, foldins
Xtreme paper jets
  Popup Kiss

Papermaking ~
Pulp FictionS:
. HomeMade Shred
. Seed infused
. Native Plants
. Paper casting
. Paper blasting

Molds 101
Plaster & Bisque
Flexible Rubber

Materials and Tools Checklist - 8.5 x 11 paper,  bone folder, scissors.  ta da!

This is the simplest of several one-page booklets we make with a single sheet of paper.
You can scale it up or down, and use all kinds of paper, not just printer paper!
Fill the pages any way you like - write, draw, stamp, decoupage!
For kid's travel scrapbooks, use heavier stock and make a little larger so they can insert photos, postcards, and tickets collected along the way.

  This makes a cool journal for publication and mailing, too.

If you want a handful of the same booklet, design it on the computer and print before you fold&cut.
To do this you'll need to make a sample with printer paper. This is your prototype, your template.

Number the pages and draw an arrow indicating the top edge of each page when the booklet is folded.
Unfold it and use it as a reference when you design your piece.

Alternately, you can create a single original and then scan and print as many copies as needed. Simple to fold and cut afterward, and then you can add whatever hand embellishment you want - OR have time for!