I love how the closure came together. It's a simple eyelet in the cover and leather string tied up in a bow.
For a little something, I decorated the cover with a veneer camera, sprayed with a dark spray mist color to give it more contrast against the lighter colors. I had adhered it Glossy Accents and filled the "lens" part of the camera with Glossy Accents, too, so I could add a stamped die-cut circle and an epoxy dome sticker on top.
As you can see, the binding is also super simple. I bought some white bookbinder's twine and stitched through the cardstock, then tied the ends together in the middle of the book.
Oh yes, I even dug out the old Tim Holtz distressing tool to roughen up the edges! I think it's still a great little detail to add to any "guy" project.
Also to unify the overall look, I printed all my photos in black and white but I can't help show you a favorite one in color :)
It shows the Berlin Cathedral as seen from the river Spree and I just love the turquoise domed roof...
Okay, this was a long post, enough said for today. I'm off. Thanks for stopping by!
Wait, one more thing - the title for this post was taken from a favorite song by the German/Swiss band BOY. You should go and listen to that song if you have a few minutes!
Now, I'm off.
See you soon! :)
Patterned Paper: Making Memories
Cardstock: Papertrey Ink
Stamps: Making Memories, Studio Calico digital stamps (arrows)
Ink: Papertrey Ink Smokey Shadow and Dark Chocolate
Other: Papertrey Ink dies; Dani Peuss waxed cord; Prym eyelets; October Afternoon Mini Market Stickers; MT and Hamby Screenprints Washi Tape; Studio Calico Wood Veneer; Studio Calico Mister Huey Warm Calico, Maya Road Maya Mist Charcoal, clear epoxy dome sticker