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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Angel Miniature Metal Book

I designed this tiny metal four page book for Alpha Stamps.  I think this is the smallest book I’ve ever made.  You can see in the picture below that the book is slightly larger than a quarter.
The book is made up of a square metal washer on the front and back and two copper stamping blanks in the middle.  I used Metal Patinas (Verdigris, Jade and Antique Copper) to color the square washers.
The four pages are hinged together.  I attached the hinges using E6000 glue.
The textured bits around the edges of the pictures is melted embossing powder.
This is the back of the book.
Alpha Stamps Products Used in This Book
1 Inch Square Copper Washer – Book Front & Back
Gilders Paste – Patina – Used to color the doves

10 comments:

Hester said...

Laura, Simply fabulous! Love the square washers.

Sarah said...

I love the size and composition of this precious little book.

Tracie Dean said...

Amazing!!! How you see to make something so detailed that is so small is a gift.

Joanne said...

Wow, I doubt my fingers could work on something so small, I also doubt I could even see it. Wonderful.
x

Martina2801 said...

I absolutely LOVE this little book, dear Laura! It is so gorgeous! Well done!

LynnF said...

What an amazing little book! It's just beautiful, Laura!

Healing Woman said...

Love this little treasure!

genagirl said...

That is simply stunning. I mean, to even envision it at all.

Gaby Bee said...

Wow, what a fantastic little book, Laura. Love the size and how you have put all the elements together. You rock!

Hugs,
Gaby

grandmad1ana said...

Love the little book. I have ordered the hinges and the square washers, but I am curious as to how you secured the pages. Are you ( I hope) going to do a tut on the lovely item?
Diana