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We got a new printer at work that prints color really nicely so I've been testing that out.
Though they are a lot clearer, they're also granier.
I'm really am proud of the insides of the books though. I compiled the nifty facts myself and found pictures to go along with them. I hand cut each page and the books open easily for reading. The inside first and last pages are cut from a soft gold flecked paper.
I wish there was a cropping function for pictures... or maybe there is an I don't know how haha
This is "A Beginner's Guide to Transfiguration" by Emeric Switch
Why is there a cross on it? Because the book is actually a Bible? Or maybe because it looks like a "T" ...T for Transfiguration. Use your imagination. lol
I don't know if I like how when I fold the covers, it turns white on the folded parts because the color rubs off or gets separated. It makes the books look worn and old which can be cool... I don't know how to remedy the problem. Maybe using photo paper I think.
Spirit's (Roo's Bearded Dragon) skin in a bottle. It just needs to be labeled! I made the stopper out of granite Sculpey. Could be better, but it was my first try!
James caught me putting some of these dead mealworms that Spirit eats into a mini glass bottle last night and was totally disgusted that not only would I touch them with my bare hands, but that I'm actually going to display the dead worms inside a little bottle. They look really awesomely authentic! Flobberworms anyone?