This Wordbook Tutorial will show you how to get the look for yourself and these unusual designs are easy to do and the results can be excellent.
There are many Tutorials on the website and all are short and designed to help you get the best results for your efforts.
Many of them have written instruction too, for those that prefer to read and this one is no exception.
So if you are one of those people that get on better with reading then this is where you will find the page for the Wordbooks.
That page will also show you how you can extend the pages of your book to incorporate a longer word that you may wish to use.
They make a very personal kind of card and are sure to please the recipient that is lucky enough to get one of your designs.
You can dress them up with any embellishments that you have in your "Stash" but rememebr that any height that is added to the pages may make it difficult to close it up.
Using book rings will give you extra space, and you may need to make a box to send the card.... but there are several tutorials for making boxes of different sizes.
Have fun as you experiment with peoples names or unusual words.
Using the seasons or months for someones birthday is always a good way to make the card.
And as there are numbers in the wordbooks too then you could make it with the date of the occasion that the card is for.
I know that you can get wordbook letters from other suppliers but these are my choice and they are all from Funky Hand.
All the CD's have wordbooks in them and there are colours and alphabet styles to suit everybody and every occasion.
All you have to do is print off the letters that you require and make your book.