Wordless Wednesday


Taken at Copeland Oaks Library, Sebring, Ohio

Taken at Copeland Oaks Library, Sebring, Ohio

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  1. so cool…

  2. Wow – that is absolutely mind boggling. Someone used their paper folding talents to amaze us!

    • It is pretty coo, isn’t it? I think a resident at Copeland Oaks (retirement community) did it but I thought it was amazing!!! Thanks for stopping by!

  3. That was the word that came to my mind….WOW! The creative mind knows no limits. Thanks for the ‘share’……hugs, D

  4. I love the word “read” also. And I love what some creative artist did with that old. book. I’ve seen similar creations. This past weekend I suggested to an artist friend that she pick up some “material” at a local used book sale to use in her planned collages. Me? I brought home an entire bag to books for myself, my mom, the Little Free Library in my hometown and for a young girl I am mentoring in poetry.

  5. So, how cool is that?

  6. What a great eye catching visual!

  7. That is simply amazing! Love it.

  8. HI BethAnn, I wonder how long it took them to do this awesome art! Interesting piece.

  9. very cool. Would like to see how they did that.

    • I know!!! I can not even begin to think how to do that. I need to do some research…..hey—I bet I could ask my mom since it was her library!!! 🙂

  10. i did not know you took the picture but I recognized it right away. It was made by my friend, Paulette who is such a great artist and makes all kinds of artistic articles. She is the one that taught me how to do “Irish” folding and now I am addicted to it.

  11. This reminds me of a project we made out of my granddad’s Reader’s Digests. They weren’t nearly as elaborate, all pages folded the same way, the covers glued together to form a circle, then they were spray painted gold and hung. Someone put a lot of effort into this.

  12. I wish i was creative. Bravo

  13. Love book art!

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