those bright reds, yellows, blues & greens.
So you can see how I found this Jenni Bowlin mini-cigar box irresistible.
I used vintage parcheesi pieces for the "turned" legs.
I made the cover of the mini from a sturdy manila file folder,
and made a first try at an accordion binding to hold the pages.
I couldn't find the scoring tool for my cutter, so I just used this.
I scored every 1/2" in one direction, then flipped the cardstock
over & scored in between on the other side every 1/2".
I mounted the pleated page base in the spine.
Then I scavenged my September CKC Kit "You Go, Girl!" for page material.
Here's the finished product!
I used a plain button behind the wooden token to give the twine a place to wind itself around, like so:
And here are the pages!
I really enjoyed the challenge of using some transparencies, which included
strategic decisions for what would be visible when the page was turned.
I think I will add "The beginning, not the end" to the back cover!
I will add the dates as we accomplish our travel dreams.