A completely handmade decorated steampunk journal, diary, guest book, to document your life, your wedding, to use as a photo album, scrapbook , to create a unique heirloom for you and your family.
This book contains 100 pages - some printed with vintage designs , and the rest hand stamped, painted , distressed and decorated by me. All pages are of high quality recycled paper of 240 gsm, in a vintage cream tone, acid free, chlorine free, suitable for photos.
The covers have many layers of specialty mediums, patinas and paints to achieve their texture and worn look. The focal point is a combination of faux and real metal elements. There is also label saying: " Dream as if you'll live forever"
The finish has been made with several layers of ecological varnishes, to protect the artwork and ensure the vitality of colors for many years to come.
It is bound using strong 3-ply Crawford's Irish linen thread in Rust.
Its size is 15x 20.5cm (5.90" x 8.07").
It comes with its own white organic cotton bag, to be stored safely and/or be nicely presented as a gift.
It is a perfect gift for a new couple to document the wedding and common life, and it can also serve as the guest book . It can be used as a memoir, a diary, a photo album, or a special heirloom journal, where you will tell the story of your life for the generations to come. It is a unique and special book.
I will pack your item very carefully and send it to you by registered mail.
All my journals come with a certification of authenticity.
I believe that a wedding book should tell a story. The story of two individuals, how they met, their journey as a couple, the decision that they should join their lives in marriage, their perfect day, their dreams , their expectations, the guest wishes, photos, memorabilias - everything. Everything that will make the wedding book a priceless heirloom for the family and for the children to come. Because our story is important.
I remember my grandma, telling us the story of her marriage, sometime back during the Second World War. And although I have never met my grandfather, it was as if I knew him. I could "see" my grandparents as the people they were : young and passionate and enamoured and it was a miracle for me, that I only knew my grandma as an old woman, knitting by the fire. This is the story that our children want to know. Their roots. And what better way than document it in a book?