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#1 8x10 Inch Epica Handmade Italian Leather Bound Journal or Guest Book with HANDMADE PAGES FROM THE AMALFI COAST. Wedding Guest Book / Writing Journal / Dream Diary / Drawing Sketchbook / Guest register or registry. Perfect corporate gift / Signature gift for him, dad, father or her / First or 3rd Anniversary gift / Legacy Notebook / First Notepad

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Creating Hand Bound Leather Wedding

This is the first part in a series where I am going to hand bind a leatherbound Wedding Album, Guest Book and Slipcase. In Part 1, I describe the materials a...

Ash Ash says:
How do I make a shakesperean guest book?
For a mock Romeo and Juliet wedding I need to make a guest book. Any ideas?
michelle g says:
You can buy some really nice leather bound books with wooden covers and that have paper that is slightly thicker than normal (but I'm not sure where you live so I'm not sure where you would buy...

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