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Decorative Bookmaking


This is a virtual/on-demand class so you may register anytime.


Using decorative papers and linen threads, construct an eye-catching handmade book. Learn about papers and basic techniques, then follow step-by-step instructions for designing and assembling your book to be used for writing, drawing, or journaling. Craft a book as a gift for a friend, family member, or for yourself.

Recommended Ages

high school through adult


Four viewable teaching videos (approximately 20-25 mins each). An art kit will be provided with all the materials needed for creating alongside the teaching videos. The art kit will be shipped to you and the shipping is included in the price.


Carol Parker Mittal is an artist and teacher holds her MFA in Visual Art from the University of Wisconsin—Madison, and a BS in Art Education from Western Michigan University. She has taught art in schools and community settings, implementing courses in a wide range of media. In her own studio work, Carol is a painter, bookbinder, and costumer.

Welcome Letter; Handmade cover paper 8.5 x 11; 18 pieces of handmade paper for pages 8.5 x 11; 2 yards of binding cord ; Tyvek 4″ x 6″; Decorative papers 4″ x 6″; 4 oz PVA glue; Bookbinding needle; Mini paint roller with tray; X-Acto knife; Aluminum Rule

Since there is no live component, students may start anytime! The art kit will be shipped to you and the shipping is included in the price.

Sorry, no refunds for this virtual class.


September 16, 2020
December 31
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Carol Parker Mittal


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Decorative Bookmaking (with art kit delivery)
Includes shipping. Shipped on the first and third Wednesday of the month.
$ 53.00
19 available

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