I love books. I don't read much anymore but I still love books. Real hardcover books. I think I just like the look of all the words running together.
I recently cleaned out my room to organize my "stuff" and I grouped all my finished altered books into a single place. (They had been lurking everywhere. On different shelves, tucked away in different trunks, and even still packaged in mailing envelopes/boxes!) Honestly, I had no idea I had created as many as I had. I still have a million books and ideas for creating so I never realized how many I really had done. It's about a dozen which is about ten more than I remember!
But this book, this shared Halloween altered book, was one of the first ones I created. And it is one of my favorites. So for Throwback Thursday, I've dug it up and photographed some of it to share with you. (I don't remember if I ever photographed this before and I'm too lazy to go back through the blog posts to find out. My gut says I haven't. But who knows?)
I love pulling this out and flipping through it. It is a great inspiration for Halloween projects.
I hope you find a bit of inspiration here, too.
"I am the Who when you call, Who's there? I am the wind blowing through your hair." --the Pumpkin Song from the Nightmare Before Christmas.