If you have some hardcover books that no one’s interested in reading again, don’t toss ’em! Construct yourself a Book Hide. This involves hollowing out a book so you can keep valuables or secret stashes inside.
This paper was produced by a British paper mill and is often used as sleeves to hardcover books, which gives it that premium and tactile quality. It is a perfect match (Ang Pow) for foil stamping. The shape of the red packet was inspired by Sycee while the lining was inspired by decorative grills seen in Malaysian old residential areas. www.thealphabetpress.com
All you have to do is decide on a hardcover book (you only have to make a tiny hole in it for the electrical cord to go through) and then ask someone who’s technically inclined to outfit a basic ceiling lamp with a metal tent that you can prop the book on to shield it from the heat. And voila, you got a gorgeous and unique ceiling lamp.”