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YTPC: Let's Create Another Glue Book!

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YTPC:  Let's Create Another Glue Book!
Group:YouTube Paper Crafters
Swap Coordinator:isabellasnow (contact)
Swap categories: Paper Crafts 
Number of people in swap:11
Location:International
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:December 23, 2018
Date items must be sent by:January 18, 2019
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

Hi swappers!

I thought the glue book we made in the group a few months ago was so much fun, I'm hosting a swap to create another!

I viewed 2 tutorials for this swap:

HERE

is the one by StudioRat. She references a tutorial by KagedFish which can be found HERE

The KagedFish tutorial is very rambling and slow, but there are a few good minutes at the beginning (just my opinion--you might love it).

Basically, a glue book consists of glue and paper and is simply a compilation of images, words, etc. that appeal to you. Anything goes so long as the book contains only paper and glue.

We'll be decorating 20 pages. You may use a preexisting book, tearing out pages so you have 20 left to decorate OR create your own 20-page booklet to decorate. You should aim to have a book that measures no smaller than 4.5" x 6.5"; that said, your book can certainly be larger.

If you're sending out of your home country feel free to mail your book in an open position to cut down on thickness and (hopefully) get away with a large envelope classification instead of a package.

Have fun!

Discussion

HannahsMommy07 12/18/2018 #

YEAH! The first one I did not fully understand what a Glue Book was and I did a little wrong, but know I get it and can't wait ... already gonna start on it!!!

luvbird 12/20/2018 #

Is that 10 actual pages covered front and back equaling 20 pages OR 20 actual pages in which case we would be gluing on 40 pages? Have a feeling it is 10 actual pages but would appreciate clarification. TIA!

isabellasnow 12/21/2018 #

For this swap 20 pages = 20 actual pages; a front & back would be 2 pages. You'll be 'gluing' the fronts & backs of 10 actual pages. (No matter how I word this, it still sounds confusing.)

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