All About That Pinterest

All About That Pinterest

Show of hands, how many of you guys have a Pinterest? Probably a lot of you, since you’re here reading posts on a bookbinding blog. Clearly, you are an artist, crafter, DIY-er, or are just really interested in how things are made. Basically, I’m guessing Pinterest is your playground. It’s ok, me too!

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I like to pin about things that interest me, either practical or wish list pins mostly. Lately, I’ve been on a writing kick, so I’ve been looking for and pinning a lot of practical writing advice, and writing inspiration. I’ve also got a board about blogging, bookbinding, and a couple about Etsy, since I’m trying to grow my business. Then, of course, I have the dream library and reading nook boards, where I can pin up all the gorgeous library images I come across. I’m really into comfy/cozy reading areas (remodeled bed/bookshelf closets, reading hammocks- I could melt!) but there are some modern ones sprinkled in there. Continue reading

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Tiny Book Workshop Recap

Tiny Book Workshop

I’ve written before about the Tiny Book Workshops that I was doing at Stony Brook University. In an effort to gauge interest in bookbinding classes on campus, we offered a Tiny Book Workshop to test the water. The Tiny Books are small little journals that fit on a necklace or key chain, and were a fun way to attract people to bookbinding. The initial announcement went viral on a faculty Listserv, and the workshop was booked within a couple days! We offered a second date because of campus interest, and held the workshops during campus lifetime (no classes) on February 10th and 24th. Continue reading