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eco books: giveaway lark publishing

Eco books by Terry Taylor from Lark Publishing features 40 innovative book-making ideas for using recycled and green materials! Using traditional binding techniques the author shows how to construct books from egg cartons, wood, beer cans, and cassette tapes, morphing them into fun books with recycled content pages. Create a boxed set of cereal box books, an exposed stitch sketchbook out of cardboard and remnants, and even a faux leather journal made from teabags. This HAIKU giveaway for an autographed copy of Eco Books, contains how-to drawings, close-up detail photographs, simple stitch diagrams and an inspirational gallery of eco-books from an international roster of artists. HAIKU topic: books! Don't forget to leave your email in case you are the winner (ie: anna(at)yahoo(dot)com). UPDATE*- Congrats to Jesse for winning!

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    Making a book rare
    Recycling is perfect
    Teach us o wise one

    Comment by debra lynn | 12.03.09

    Long after I'm gone
    My words remain on a page
    To say "I was here"

    – Book Haiku

    Pam
    psgorder(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Comment by psgorder | 12.03.09

    it's 'carnet' in french
    and the only thing needed
    to document life.

    vegsar(at)hotmail(dot)com

    Comment by Anonymous | 12.03.09

    fine inspiration
    found between the lines of these
    books that line my walls

    lelabela at yahoo dot com

    Comment by lela | 12.03.09

    summer beach reading
    pages flutter in the wind
    I've fallen asleep

    jessekerstetter(at)gmail(.dot.)com

    Comment by Jesse | 12.04.09

    I saw this awesome book at Borders, but sadly didn't have the extra $ for it. I put it on my wish list. I'd love to win it. Thanks for the opportunity.

    Cheers!
    D in FL :D
    donatelloh at hotmail dot com

    Comment by donatelloh | 12.04.09

    words on printed page.
    read. travel, learn something new,
    knowledge in your hand.

    Thank you,
    whfibers(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Comment by Christine Vivian | 12.07.09

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