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Should I or shouldn't I? This princess is debating her pucker as she evaluates her amphibian companion. Looking regal in her hat, shawl, and gown the princess sits atop a collection of Grimm's Fairy Tales, published in the 50's.

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An angel with her trumpet flies across the pages of this alteration. Made with sheet music, she has curled hair, fanned wings and sleeve and a ruffled skirt. The book altered is a Tabernacle Hymnal from the early 1900's.

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I do have additional hymnals. If you are interested in a piece similar to this one, or have an idea for an alteration commission featuring a different figure, please note me.
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Beautiful flowers rest on top of this alteration. Each flower is handmade. Each variety of flower is made from the pages of a different book, giving every variety a slightly different color from the next. There are two dozen flowers total.

On display at Dancing Tree Creations, Boyertown, PA
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Two angels take flight in this book alteration. With ruffled dresses, layered wings and curled hair, they pop from the pages holding hymnals of their own. The book altered is a collection of spiritual songs for the organ, published in 1892.

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Do you have a card game enthusiast in your life? Maybe you are one yourself? In this sculpture a hand bursts through the pages to offer up his cards. The book depicted holds Magic the Gathering cards, but any type can be used. How about a Royal Flush?

When ordering, please message me the cards and suit you would like used. If you'd like cards for a specific game (Magic, Pokemon, etc.) you will need to supply those cards. I can use a book in a color of your choosing, or if you'd like a specific title I can find it for an additional fee.

Ordering information and additional views: [link]

I made this one for my best friend's wedding. She asked me to use some books for centerpieces at her reception, of course I said yes. I also decided to make the bride and groom books unique to them. This one is for the groom. He played Magic in high school.
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A castle rises out of the pages of this book sculpture. Complete with turrets, gate house, keep and buildings within the castle gates, this sculpture is fit for any royal family. The book used is "The Kingdom Within".

Available for sale: For information and additional views: [link]

Not modeled from any castle in particular, just my favorite parts of photos I searched. I'm 99% certain this book has nothing at all to do with a castle, but I read the title and ran with the first idea that came to me.
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Show your love of music with this book sculpture. "The Joy of Music" by Bernstein has been sculpted. Each page is folded with sheet music forming the curved heart in the center. The book's black cover and bright white pages make the heart stand out and is easily matched to any decor. A perfect gift for any music lover or music teacher.

On display at Dancing Tree Creations, Boyertown, PA
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Winnie the Pooh is on a hunt for honey! In this book sculpture, Pooh floats to the bee hive with the help of a balloon. The book used has a very fitting title, "Magic in the Air". It is a collection of children's stories.

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Wow, this was the most difficult folding project so far!
The book is one of those encyclopedia that were fashionable before we had wiki.
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"In The Rose Bush" book alteration. Branches and leaves have been carved through the pages with two roses and a bird popping out of the book. The petals on the roses and feathers on the bird are individually cut.

Item is for sale. 60.00
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or contact me wetcanvas.jb@gmail.com
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