This is the last spread in my board book experiment. I just have the cover to do and it’s finished 🙂 It’s been an interesting experiment: I started off with a child’s board book and stripped off the wipe-able shiny paper which left me with a plain cardboard book. I gessoed the pages and let that dry before painting the backgrounds with acrylic paint.
The background is quite rough and scratchy, not smooth like watercolour paper, and it’s not so easy to collage on, and always get a good fix. or to write on. On the other hand I like it because when it’s complete it’s going to be a good sturdy book. There are only 5 spreads in the book, so it has been quick to fill up (at least it would have been if it was the only project I was working on).
So, to be…
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