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Worktable Wednesday

Today I worked on completing the last of one of one of my Book Arts Improv editions – it was a book from last year (embarrassed). The book was Superhero Handbook. I had one book remaining to complete in my edition of four books and it was bothering me that I hadn’t yet finished it.

I didn’t even have that much to do – the basic flag book structure was done. I just needed to print the flags and add them to the book.

Today was the day to cross the task off my list.

Flag book structure without flags

I printed out the flags…

Printed text on paper for flags for flag book

…cut them out into flag shapes…

Cut paper flags for flag book

…and attached them to the base of the flag book.

Flag book in process

Handmade artists' book by Elissa Campbell of Blue Roof Designs

Now my brain can rest.

I really need to get into the habit of completing editions within a short period of time – it seems easier and more efficient that way.

How do you handle working in multiples? Do you complete editions as needed or all in one batch?

If you’re interested in seeing the book in person, it will be showing in the Book Arts Guild of Vermont‘s annual member exhibit at the SEABA Center Gallery during the month of April.

So what do you think? I'd love to know!

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