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Old 11-18-2007, 10:18 AM   #1
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Question Tea Book

Can anyone tell me how to make these cute tea books...what supplies I need, etc...thank you in advance

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Old 11-18-2007, 10:27 AM   #2
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You could PM the poster and ask. It looks pretty simple to me though.

I think those are 4 X 4 coasters, covered. On the inside cover, sandwich a piece of ribbon bewteen the coaster and patterned paper to use as a closure. Then cut 3 pieces of cardstock to 4X 6 and score at 4 inches. Fold it up and tape the sides up (red line tape would be best). Then, decorate with patterned paper. Using a bind it all, punch pages and then bind.

All those measurements are assuming that those are 4 X 4 coasters though, so it may not be exact. It should be close enough to replicate the project though.

If you don't have a bind it all, you could always use a hole punch and large eyelets of even just reinforce the holes with additional cardstock circle punches.

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