This A6 diary was made for a client as a birthday present for a friend.

He chose among my agendas the one with the cut edges, but he wanted something more..like some surprise inside. So I used the same decoration on the cover for the illustrations that are inside, on the vegetal paper pages. There’s a vegetal paper with an illustration each 8 plain pages.

The cover is simple red cardboard. The flyleaves are also cardboard (double sided color black/white). 

On the back of the first flyleaf you can see there’s a red greeting card. You can pull it out once used, and replaced it with a picture.

The pop-up is illustrated with the same flower decoration that are all around this agenda. My client was very happy :)

Well, I hope you’ll like it.

I hadn’t thought about that, but actually, it could be a good S.Valentine’s present! ;)

Recent comments

Blog comments powered by Disqus

Notes

  1. daisuzy reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  2. garsonesque reblogged this from serenaolivieri
  3. summ10er reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  4. sunshine-phoenix reblogged this from alicedaydreams and added:
    This is awesome!
  5. alicedaydreams reblogged this from mydarkheart
  6. thebigjawpokemon reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  7. literateur reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  8. scarletescape reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  9. machiavellique reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  10. quiethouses reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  11. digitaltempest reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  12. thathilomgirl reblogged this from thedailyfootnote
  13. adamnfiasco reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  14. theonlywayinlife reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  15. caseypants reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  16. shizukashizuku reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  17. phirsom reblogged this from bertthebeast
  18. bertthebeast reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  19. mydarkheart reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  20. yirong reblogged this from teachingliteracy
  21. rainedrop reblogged this from teachingliteracy