Friday, April 10, 2015

Book #100

Accordion with hardcover

One hundred! I made it to 100, and so far I have not missed a day even though there were a couple posts that happened very late. I made an accordion with a hardcover to mark this occassion. It has 100 numbered pages which my daughter and I decorated.

11 comments:

Cathryn said...

Congratulations!

Rhonda Miller said...

Thanks Cathryn :)

MiataGrrl said...

Please keep going! :-) I love seeing these daily book designs -- they inspire me!

- Tina

Rhonda Miller said...

Thanks MiataGrrl, I will keep going!

Jocelyn in NZ said...

I am loving your posts! How I wish I lived close enough to attend your classes - you're not planning a trip to New Zealand any time soon, are you? ;)

Acornmoon said...

Congratulations on your collection, I have been very interested and inspired by the diversity of your work. I bought the book you suggested and had a go at the pocket fold. I have to say that it has defeated me entirely. You should see the mess I made! I may try again from the beginning, I have obviously missed out an important step.

Rhonda Miller said...

Thank you Jocelyn! Sorry, though, no trips to NZ are planned :)


Acornmoon, oh dear, I wonder where you went wrong? Probably some little thing... don't try to make it too difficult. Maybe have someone else do it at the same time and they might interpret the directions with new eyes?

AES said...

What a great way to mark #100 on a wonderful series. I love that it was collaborative. I have been thoroughly enjoying your posts this year and look forward to the next 252!

Sarah said...

What a fun little book for your 100th day celebration.
Do you have all of your books displayed in one area or throughout your house?
I am so glad that you decided to do this series. I'm lovin' it!

Rhonda Miller said...

Thank you AES and Sarah!

I don't have the books on display. They are packed in a box! Some are sold too, so they have moved to their forever homes :)

virtualquilter said...

Congratulations ... and thank you for sharing. I don't make many books and usually make them up as I go along, but with the variety you hav emade I am sure to see some of them before the year is out.