Saturday was my very last craft show of the year! The night before the show I finished up one more case bound book, and one more envelope book. The envelope book is actually one that I started for the book demonstration during the Morgan Conservatory's annual benefit, but didn't have time to finish.
I also finished up a small coptic book made with leftover mohawk superfine paper from a book class. This is another one that I started a long time ago but never got around to finishing.
I also made three additional coptic books using mohawk superfine for the pages instead of the heavier paper I normally use. One is a pretty yellow paper with blue dots (the same paper from these minibooks.)
I made covers for the blue one earlier this year when I was making books for the Women of Achievement Awards. I cut extra boards while working on that project and I'm finally getting around to using them up.
The third coptic is probably my favorite! The paper has tea kettles and says "where there's tea, there's hope." At this point I've got 37 more books to go for my 365 challenge. I'm out of town this week visiting family, so I am hoping to make a few pairs of book earrings while I'm here. There are still a few more half finished journals at home I can complete on the 30th and 31st...