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Art Lesson: Altered Books

Creating something new, from an old book. Art journaling.

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Art Lesson: Altered Books

Art Lesson: Altered Books

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50+ Ways to Repurpose Old Books

50+ Things to Make From Old Books

self-portrait idea

Gingersnap Creations: May Muse: Nancy Maxwell James

May Muse: Nancy Maxwell James

Altered book -

The Abandoned - Altered Book.

Altered book - partial pages

Folded World Atlas (Altered Books 2010) by robfos, via Flickr

Craftybellydancer: More Altered Book Pages

More Altered Book Pages

original site for handmade mix media book - gorgeous work!

Altered book label

could be a fun project class. Create an opening of some kind... What creature would be behind? Fun, texture and color study.

Tunnel books Exploring and Creating Artists' Books: November 2007

Transferring pictures to tiles by using Nail Polish Remover. This is freaking ingenious!!!

image transfer

Altered Book Page Examples | Altered Books Supply List

drawing hidden poems - tutorial

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hidden poems by miriam paternoster

Altered Book Lesson Plan by Dana Miller

Altered books Lesson Plan with Rubric doc free ebook download

this makes me want to start a new artsy journal...

So sweet. #happiness #journal

Altered books Lesson Plan with Rubric by Linda W. Kieling. Objective: To transform a discarded book into a creative art work of art that encompasses a theme and utilizes a variety of media and techniques.

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The Altered Book Syllabus

Altered Book Lover: The Altered Book Syllabus

Altered Book Lesson Plan - Lesson Title: The Altered Book Story of You by Vera E. Anderson. Performance-Based Objectives: 1. Students will use a variety of materials and techniques, will using subject matter and symbols to convey meaning throughout their book; 2. Students will make complex, descriptive, interpretative, and evaluative judgments about their altered book, as well as their peers.

Art Journaling

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