Accordion book

Explore a collection of creative accordion book ideas to create unique keepsakes. Discover how to make personalized accordion books that showcase your memories in a beautiful and artistic way.
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Making Waves: Intro to the Accordion Book (Fall 2021) - Center for Book Arts

This online workshop takes place across two sessions: Thurs, Sept. 16, 10am–12pm ET Thurs, Sept, 23 10am–12pm ET Day 1 will cover how to fold a section of accordion book, how to attach multiple sections together and a few different…

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Accordion Flag Book Tutorial

I'm pretty sure you already knew it was National Accordion Awareness Month, but just in case, I thought I'd celebrate by making this Picnic accordion spine flag book! Some of you may remember when Club Scrap had flag book kits a few years ago. I still enjoy this project and thought it would be fun to design one around the size of the four 3.25x3.25" Picnic Lite Cutaparts as inside pages. Assembly Instructions: 1. Cut one 8x10.25" Dk Green paper to use for the binding. Score vertically every…

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Tiny Neutral Accordion Book

The new challenge starts today at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog and Sara Emily is our hostess for this one. She is calling it Mostly Neutral and she describes it this way: For this challenge, I would like you to use mainly neutrals, but I will allow you one accent color or use of metallic accents. Let's see how you use beige, ivory, taupe, brown, black, gray or shades of white or any combination of these to make any vintage/shabby chic project you would like. I thought it might be fun to…

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