Using a book broth base, adding the savory of whimsical observation, and stirring well.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
When your pages are falling out. More to the original point, when a page or two falls out. I have never seen anything quite like this Sask. Report. And not even all the pages that were loose made it into the photo. The procedure for tipping in is to lay down a line of glue, dip the inside edge of the page into the glue, and gently slide it into place. The correct place. Always be sure of that before you make contact with the glue. Right page in page order, right side up, and right side to the outside. All the fun you can have with a single sheet of paper. Amazing isn't it.
I have put down my line of glue on a gridded plastic sheet which comes off the back of laminating sheets. It is fantastic for this sort of thing. And for slipping in between pages that have been glued so the glue only ends up where you want it.
The last step I did on this Sask. Report was to turn it upside down and shake it. After the glue had dried. There was no other way to be sure I had found all the pages that were slipping out.