Ivy Hollow - hot off the press

by brae  

I've made up a mini newspaper stack for the post office. I settled on a midyear 1917 edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer because it had horse drawn carriages on the front page above the fold. Again, these are in scale and not really legible.

I printed two other styles of interior pages just to have print throughout, though the backs of each image are blank.

I cut the various spreads then folded each individually.

I placed the two inserts inside the cover and folded into shape. A roller helped push everything together.

I glued the main fold on the inside and then a few random corners to hold the shape a bit.

I rolled the paper again and trimmed the non-folded edges with an X-Acto knife.

I tried to get them as consistent as possible, but I really needed only one near perfect one for the top of the stack.

As long as they were all relatively close in size, they would work as a stack.

Once I had a stack of ten, I used buttonhole thread to tie the stack.

Hooray! :D

8 comments

Comment from: Debora L. [Visitor]
Very nice! They look great!
11/04/19 @ 00:12
Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]
That looks great!
11/04/19 @ 03:16
Comment from: Kamelia [Visitor]
Wow!
11/04/19 @ 17:07
Comment from: Deborah [Visitor]
The wonderful detail and precision you are putting into each element of this is astounding.
11/04/19 @ 21:36
Comment from: azteclady [Visitor]
I love the thoughtful details you use in all your builds, and this is no exception.
11/05/19 @ 01:31
Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]  
Wonderful ....they look fresh off the print - I can smell the ink from here.....remember the smell of a new newspaper???? I wonder how old you have to be for that to resonate
11/05/19 @ 15:43
Comment from: elizabeth s [Visitor]
The stacks of current newspapers are yet another Terrific detail for your post office project Brae, and they makes total sense too!
11/06/19 @ 00:38
Comment from: Jodi [Visitor]
It is so exciting to see that you are beginning on the little details that make your projects so special!
11/06/19 @ 16:06


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