I really learned so much while in class at Create. One thing was the use of watercolor paper for pages in a book (Leighanna Light's wonderful class)! So, I have been playing with it and making little books. I think they would make a fun class. The book measures about 3" x 5", the cover is vintage (about 30+ yrs old linen with wool embroidery I think is Shiffili) fabric, the fly leaves are Mulberry paper, and there are 4 signatures created from watercolor paper that is inked, stenciled, and stamped with Distress inks and stains and clear gesso. Pictured is my third one - can't make just one! Now to do something with the pages. I'm thinking a flying or wings theme. I made a rectangular shaped one (3" x 5") with Osnaburg covers embellished with embossed and colored soda can shapes. Unforetunately, I didn't take a pic, but you can see it at the Artsy Soul in Manahawkin, NJ. What do you think of this as a class?