Monday, 19 March 2012

The Bespoke Box

Due to a beginner's error - that of writing two posts at the same time and delaying the posting of one, the post on the Bespoke Box has inserted itself lower down under Simple Slipcase variations. Please scroll down if you wish to read this post.

4 comments:

Hollis G. said...

Hi Helen, just found your blog and thanks for sharing your work with the world! Slipcases has never been a strong suit of mine but I do love the presentation. Thanks for showing how your work through it....I'm going to give it another go. Happy day to you.

Helen M said...

Hi Hollis, thanks for dropping by. I hope you enjoy using the slipcases - they do make the presentation of a book look finished.

Fiona Dempster said...

Hi Helen - thanks so much for these tips, tricks and guides - wonderful! i like that they are slip/temporary cases (yet do very nicely on their own). Sometimes it's a real chore to make a proper clam shell box or whatever; but these are lovely and sensible.

Helen M said...

I agree Fiona, I find clamshell boxes a chore too and most of the time this is all that's required to present your work well.