That is awesome! I want to make one :)Erica
I love the wreath and how it's displayed by the old typewritter. Very clever!
I love it. I may have to try this. When we bought out home there was a box of old books left in the basement. I may have to use some of those.Ruth
That is cute!! I couldn't exactly picture it on the phone, yesterday, but it turned out great and looks great by the typewriter.By the way, did Dad go get your typewriter from Classy Rags??Elise
What an adorable blog you have! This wreath is super creative too! Enjoyed visiting too.
Amazing! You did such a great job! This project is on my to do list!
really cute! cute like everything you makebut - are you going to tell us "how" to make one to or is that a future post - pretty please?
TOO cool!!! :)Blessings!Jill
Wow - that is fabulous! I am in awe!!!XOOXJen
I saw a tutorial for that and will be featuring it soon! I will have to make sure to link yours too!It looks great!
What a darling idea... oh the possibilities!!
Just fabulous, Jen!xoxoJane
Impressive. how long does it take to make a 526 page book wreath? Is hot glue involved? :)
Wow - when you don't like a story, you really take it to task don't you o;-pMost writers that use typewriters usually just wad rejected pages up and toss them in the trash. Your way is far more creative o;-p
Hi Jen,Love your book page wreath. Was it hard to make? Beautiful! Have a great day.Hugs,♥Ana
oh, the PATIENCE that must have taken! i'm thinking that's not really a "jes" kind of craft project. ;)but it is cute!
This is darling! Love it! What book did you use? Tehe!!!
This is different,I used to make Christmas trees out of Readers Digest & Sears catalogs. I might have to try this......
That is so beautiful. Crazy creative!
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