Book Safe – To Kill a Mocking Bird

Beautiful memories form a very important part of our lives. They always have a special place in our heart, where we would like to keep them safe and never forget. They are a constant reminder that life is beautiful.

Today I would like to introduce a new project called ‘Book Safe for a Memory’. It’s sole purpose is to safeguard a memory. There are other ways to safeguard memories, but since books have always been special to me, I decided to use a book.

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I have chosen a well know book for this project: To Kill a Mocking Bird – Harper Lee. I know there are many book lovers out their who might feel tearing apart a book was not the right thing. But being a book worm myself, I feel there is absolutely nothing wrong in this. Maybe this is a relative opinion, depends on each person’s way of seeing things.

I happen to have 2 copies of the same book, hence used 1 of them for this project.

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To make the ‘safe’, I have cut a couple of pages in the centre. Depending on the depth, you can cut as many pages as you want.

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Once the ‘safe’ is ready, you can design it the way you wish to. For this project, I have used a tag to safeguard a memory. A special message can be written in the tag.

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Instead of a tag, an object as well can be placed in the ‘safe’.

This was a fun project for me. The end result turned out to be more beautiful than I had initially planned.

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*** Happy Crafting ***




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