Here it is almost two months later and I have just gotten up enough nerve to actually cut into one - or two - of these beautiful papers! Cherryl is a book and paper artist, and she has authored several wonderful books, including All Tangled Up. In this book she details ways to organize and display zentangle tiles and art. I used her directions to make the Tile Folder you see in the first photo. And I used pieces of two of the papers from the Japanese Paper Place that you see above.
These imported Japanese papers are truly beautiful. They are hand-silkscreened and the colors and patterns are wonderful! This is the outside of the tile folder just prior to completion.
Here is a shot of the inside.
Then I used a bit of the second paper to cover the spine . . .
. . . and to line the interior. I can fit tiles into both sides. Cherryl also details the steps for making an ATC folder. Cherryl has written several books about bookbinding, paper folding, and tangling. You can visit Moote Points here. Look for All Tangled Up.
Here are a few of my favorite papers I brought home.
Aren't they wonderful? Now I just need to decide what to work on next. Hmmmm, Cherryl?