Friday, September 19, 2014

Dr. Phineas Ellsworth’s Fantastic Puzzle Book?? Tutorial DONE!!!

Good Morning Everyone and Happy Friday!!!

I'm so excited about a new tutorial that I just completed.  I call it ....

Dr. Phineas Ellsworth’s Fantastic Puzzle Book??
Yes, it's a crazy name huh?  I know, I know...But I couldn't help it!
Dr. Phineas Ellsworth’s Fantastic Puzzle Book?? was a book that literally has been rolling around in my head for two years now.  I’m so excited to see it in real life.  I hope you will be too!
Fashioned after a vintage book on the outside, however when opened, Dr. Phineas Ellsworth’s Fantastic Puzzle Book?? holds lots of puzzling interactive features.  Pull the side out and have you come to a dead end?  No, pull the front down…still nothing…how puzzling….Pull another side out and now you are intrigued…again pull another part of the book out….nothing….Ahhhhhh!  Now you have it…pull the remaining drawer open and you find the secret treasure.  A mini to record puzzling events in your life.
As promised, it is now up in my Etsy store...I hope you like it and give it a try...
You can find the tutorial in my Etsy store by clicking the link HERE....
or by copying and pasting the address below into you browsers address bar:
Here are a few pictures.....
I give you Dr. Phineas Ellsworth's Fantastic Puzzle Book??














 
Thank you so much for coming by!  have an AWESOME weekend!
 
Jim
The Gentleman Crafter


31 comments:

  1. Love it. Cant wait for next week so I can get it. YOUR FANTASTIC

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  2. Oooh....I think I am in love! Fantastic work!

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  3. How clever! Love it!

    Noreen at craftyjournal.com

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  4. OMG...this is just amazing...!!!! Love it.

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  5. I bought the tutorial, but it doesn't say what size chipboard to use. 12x12? 12x 18? Help!!

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    1. Hiya Gina...I emailed this to you and think it would be good to answer this here as well.

      The chipboard used is 12 x 12 Medium to Heavy Weight.

      Try and get black for this project. ..You can always use craft paint on the edges of the Kraft and gray chip

      Jim

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  6. This is amazing ... as well as puzzling! I bought the tutorial too - and now I have four of Jim's projects waiting to be made up :)

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  7. What a fun box! Amazing and clever!

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  8. OMG! I love this and you too Jim! Another Jim H. tutorial to buy.

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  9. This is just such a brilliant concept, like the Russian eggs, only in a more clever book format!

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  10. Very VERY cool! Love it! Your imagination is amazing!

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  11. This is delightful! Interactive books are so much fun, and it really takes a creative mind to plan all these fun twists and turns. So perfect for Halloween...and absolutely beautiful. I love the way your mind works. Thanks for sharing, Jim!

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  12. I LOVE this puzzle book and think the name is PERFECT!! Your creative genius never ceases to amaze me!!

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  13. How awesome!! You are an absolute genius with paper!!!

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  14. Another A+ Jim, congrats. I would love to look in your mind for at least 3 hours to get some of your great ideas! Thanks for sharing Jim! Bye, Linda Happy Crafting!

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  15. This puzzle book is brilliant! I love it!

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  16. Wow!! Do you dream this stuff up in your sleep like Steven King does for his novels?? I could never come up with something this awesome. I think i will buy this from your Etsy shop. Wow, you leave me spellbind. Thanks for sharing your talent with us :)

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  17. OMG D: Amazing!! Wonderful project :)

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  18. any tutorial for this!!! luv it!!!

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  19. A new twist on the Never Ending Book. I love it!

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