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Ooh. That is very nice. I could see how you wouldn’t want to part with any of your books as they are so nice. Just think of the cash for making more books, though!
As far as weather, we had two days in the 50s (it felt like summer) and now we have rain rain rain and cold cold cold.
Wow, that is one cool looking book! The cover reminds me of swirled chocolate on top of a tasty dessert. The ribbon colour offers great contrast. Beautiful work.
SW – Hmm, the cash is a very compelling arguement… :)
I hope your cold is better – particularly if it is wet and cold outside – very depressing :(
Pete – Thanks, I love it. It looks even nicer in the flesh (as it were!) Good enough to eat. If you were really hungry :)
very rich and luscious Diane ….I think continental cake :)
the swirls of turquoise.. cream and the mushroom pink are a delectable combination….
the weather here is moderately hot….hot enough in the afternoons to put the ac on ……
It is, Kim, luscious is a good word! And delectable…
I wish we were heading into the summer… it has turned FREEZING here with the added bonus of rain and gales forecast for the weekend. Joy. I may have to hibernate :)
Diane, I’m not a big fan of marbled paper, but this one looks really great! As if marbling went design ;-) BTW, modulor has a saitn ribbon that would have suited your other book perfectly: it is brown on one side, blue on the other:
I got a blue/brown and a pink/red one recently – they’re so beautiful (more than the pictures can show).
Here in the palatinate forest, it has been a crisp, sunny day – very beautiful and appropriate for the season. On highstreet, many stores were busy installing their christmas decoration. Last year, we had about 20 degrees Celsius at that time of the year which was very uncommon – so it seems back to normal now :-)
Snow in Cannes is extraordinary! Unbelievable. May I ask you where your ex lives? I once spent quite a time near Cannes, in Mougins (with Sophia Antipolis nearby). Lovely landscape, great food!
wow, i feel the presence of a powerful creative muse here! nice work!
uhmm thats a nice book :) but is that paper easy to write on ? or is just to keep it like that and look at it …. enjoying the beauty
I prefer the 2nd one! It’s gorgeous.. I find it hard to sell my handmade jewelleries too.
Hi Astrid – thanks for the link. What a great web site! I shall add that to my book links page. The ribbon you suggest is so pretty and would match perfectly!
Our house is in Valbonne. I love it down there but since we split up he has lived there and I do miss going there! Mougins is SO pretty – and so many nice restaurants!
Thank you, Lynda, I was just over at your blog. What a visual treat it is – and the music is so soothing too! I love the photographs of tree bark – so intricate and the colours are divine…
Dinsan – Thank you, the paper inside is plain drawing or watercolour paper so it can be used for writing, drawing or painting! Or you can just look at the pretty cover paper!
Wow.. your favorite is BEAUTIFUL. :)
It’s getting really cold here. I usually like it but it went from unseasonably warm to seasonably cool just like that and it’s hard to adjust! Everyone is sick. :P
That’s beautiful – in fact it’s one of those book that I’d buy but I’d never be able to bring myself to actually write in it because I’d want to keep saving it for something really special.
Where I am it’s been sunny recently but really quite cold. Scarf and hat weather. :) It’s also getting dark so quickly these days! I came out of Tesco at 3.30 this afternoon and it already looked like early evening outside.
Wow! this is the second time I visit here and I’m really impressed over your creations. Very stylish and special. I’ve always thought that there isn’t enough of fun, nice, beautiful books. I’ve seen some lately, but not enough :-)
Jon – I have got this same paper in red with pink swirls….I feel a plan coming on…
It is freezing here and it is forecast to stay cold but to rain and get windy as well this weekend. Oh joy.
Soph – it’s horrible isn’t it? Roll on the Spring, I say! I know what you mean about books. I used to buy loads of notebooks and just keep them for something special, I still have them and now I make my own – and keep them all too!
Hi Captain! – Thank you for dropping by again and thanks for your kind comments. Perhaps I should make some travel journals for you…. :) Please drop by again!
oooh this one is delicious! I think it is my favorite.
I have just received more of this paper in other colours and other patterns of marbling. It is gorgeous. I have it in reds, blues and a lovely coppery brown. Don’t want to be repetitive though so I shall wait a while to use it….