UT Tutorial – Antique Embroidered Book

Is your bookshelf looking a bit drab these days? Shiny pink printed book jackets just not giving your library the… ambiance you’re after? Well, it might be true that they don’t make them like they used to, but that doesn’t mean YOU can’t….

Check out this week’s tutorial to learn to embroider, tea stain, and recover your books to antiqued splendor. Soon, your bookshelf will look like it’s filled with the great classics of old, even if all you have in there is the Twilight series. Not that we have anything against vampires. Quite the contrary. By the way, did we mention that this tutorial would happen to go fabulously with our new dark fairytale series? We didn’t?

It would. Go get ‘em.

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One Response to “UT Tutorial – Antique Embroidered Book”

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    Lindsay says:

    I have been looking for a way to make a more affordable price point for my customers (because they constantly balk at the $45 – $60 price range of my handmade handbound journals). This. This is it. I can totally do this on the cheap (I hope) and give my thriftier customers what they want. Thanks bunches.

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