I could do this for hours. Okay, I did. Yesterday. Four hours to be exact.
I first heard of a "glue book" when Sarah shared a page of hers. She got the idea from Mary of Green Paper.
I found this flower filled book at a thrift shop and thought I could use the pages for ephemera or alter it somehow. Since the pages really need to be toned down a bit, I thought it might work perfectly for this glue book. Which consists really of gluing collaged paper to the pages -- no stamps, no ink, no embellishments. As most of you taggers from Tag Tuesday know, I'm drowning in ephemera (giving it away as Tag Tuesday RAK's), so this was a fabulous way for me to combine the vintage images which I love and use up some of the piles of ephemera I have.
I decided not to over think this and just did it rather quickly, adding images, ephemera however I felt led. I had some previously stamped work laying around, so I used that on some pages too. And I was thrilled with it. It was so relaxing.....as I said I worked on it for hours. I finished the book, too. About 32 pages in all These are some of my faves..