I would love for you to please supplies that you have on hand before you go out and buy anything new! I have made books out of watercolor scraps before and they turn out wonderfully.
It is a great idea for you watch the videos first, that will give you an idea of what I am using, and if you have something else that might work as well!
Coldpress Watercolor Paper (any kind, I use Khadi Paper)
Book Cover: 6″ x 8.5″ tall
Inside page: 6.5″ x 8.5″ tall
Liquitex Matte Medium
Liquitex Modeling Paste
Favorite paint brushes
Putty knife or scraper
Large eyed tapestry needle to sew through paper
Collage and fabric scraps
26 gauge wire
Thin Metal Sheets (I am using Spellbinders)
Wire brush sandpaper or scouring pad
*Deli Paper or light weight paper (I am using 12″x12″)
Golden Hi-Flow Acrylic Paints (Watercolor paints could work for a substitution)
My stencil designs at Stencil Girl
Circles in the Sand
I mention Paulus Berensohn in one of my videos and his words on building a book was like building a book:
Here is a link to one of his videos.
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