Book Page Craft Projects Incorporated Into Your Home Décor & CCBG 35

This week for {CCBG #35} I am giving you some incredibly simple ideas on how to incorporate a Book Page Craft Projects into your Home Decor. I am in no way advocating the destruction of books but if it the book is falling apart and losing pages than I am all for recycling, reusing and repurposing a book page or two into something fun and unique. Scroll to the bottom for the Link Party and my favorite link of the week.


Book Page Craft Projects- Wreath

Book Page Wreath Gallery Wall

This wreath is made from an old children’s story book and the pages were literally falling out of the book. I liked these particular pages because they were 9×12, had large type print and there was a red graphic that added some contrast to the print. I also liked that the pages were darker and slightly tattered around the edges showing their age a bit.

Book Page Center

Book Page Craft Projects – Fall Garland

I recently made this garland for my fireplace mantle using book pages from an old dictionary. The book had water damage and some of the pages were lose and falling out. Rather than tossing the book I careful pulled pages out and used my $1 flea market stencils to spell out the word “grateful” onto the book pages. Then I hung a piece of twine across the mantle and with mini clothes pins I attached each of the book pages. This really was a simple project with a fun and quirky impact on the room. It definitely sparks conversation.


Book Page Craft Projects – Picture Frame

I picked up this vintage, domed picture frame at a flea market for a couple of dollars and had it in my stash for a while. I really love the round, white, chippy frame and the domed glass gave me an opportunity to add something special to the frame. I lined the back of the frame with old book pages and the domed frame acts like a shadow box and holds some of the dried flowers from my son’s funeral. As an added bonus, you an see that I have a stamped book page inserted into my vintage typewriter for an added unique touch.


Book Page Craft Projects – Handmade Note Card

In a technology driven world, it is still nice to receive a hand written note and a handmade note card is even better. This note card has a layered flower on it made from a book page. I love the texture it adds to the card along with the color combination of red, black and white.


Creative Craft Bloggers Group Link Party #35

How does a link party work?

Every Thursday a group of my crafty friends will host a new link party. By linking your recent homemade project to the bottom of this post a thumbnail image will be added to the collage with a link to your blog so that  we can visit your blog and see what you have been making.

Your project could be featured!

Each week one of my crafty friends and myself will choose our personal favorite link of the week. If you are featured on one of our blogs, grab this button and share the good news with your crafty friends. {Put the button on your blog and share it on Facebook too.} Featured posts will also be added to the Creative Craft Bloggers Group Pinterest Board.

CCBG featured button

Make sure you visit my fellow Co-Hosts to see all the fun and crafty things they have to share with you as well as their featured guest post of the week.

Try it – Like it |Life Beyond the Kitchen | Our Daily Craft | Leaves & Stitches | Al Things Beautiful

My Featured Post of the Week

My newest obsession is free printable graphics and my favorites can be found on my Printables Pinterest Board. So naturally this week my favorite link of the week is the awesome A-Z Fall Monogram printable submitted by Keeping It Real. Extra bonus for me is that it is free, fall themed and monogram all in one.


Link Party Rules

I am excited to be inspired by your crafty projects and homemade goodness. Before you link up your project, please take a quick peek at the rules below and feel free to share this party with others. {The more the better.}

  • Link to a specific post, not your home page.
  • Link up something YOU made/wrote/created.
  • Giveaways, other link parties, Etsy shops or business links are not accepted.
  • Don’t link and run. Try to visit at least one link and show them some love. You may make a new friend.
  • Please do not pin from the thumbnails below. If there’s a post you want to pin please click on the link title to visit the source and pin from their blog.

Link Up Your Post Below

Now let’s see what you have been up to lately. Share the link to your blog post using the InLinkz tab at the bottom of this post.

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  1. Janice says:

    My daughters wedding bouquet was made out of dictictionary pages. I made the flowers and the florist attached the stems and arranged it. Such a fun keepsake.
    Your collection is beautiful. Love the wreath!

    • Denise Bryant says:

      Oh Janice that is an awesome idea and I am going to have to remember that when my daughters get married. Thanks for sharing and visiting.

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