This Copper Monogram Leather Scrapbook features multiple personalized elements very specific to the recipient.
Firstly, a Monogram created from thick copper wire, copper sheeting atop raised initials, and clear glass within the “B”.
Secondly, under the clear glass ground garnet shards freely move around. In addition, ceramic white beads in the second window. Relevantly, both the garnite and beads function in a laboratory to break up tissue. Therefore, this symbolizes the science field.
Thirdly, miniature measuring spoons form pagemarkers with leather laces attached. That is to say, this represents the joy of cooking.
Additionally, two red moon shaped windows on the cover feature inset stained glass. As a result, the stained glass windows are also viewable from the inside of the cover.
Multiple levels form the blue and purple swirls framing the monogram, highlighted with copper wire.
The headbands, stitched into the spine ends, are comprised of leather cords wrapped with red and pueple threads to protect the spine edges.
A double layer of 55 lb tensile strength fabric reinforces the hinges of the Copper Monogram Leather Scrapbook to ensure heirloom quality and durability.
Red handmade paper lines the inner covers as endsheets. Also, all pages are acid-free and handsewn around the three leather binding cords seen along the spine under smooth black leather.
Archival and permanently flexible glue secures the binding.
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