The other day I was chatting with one of my friends about my weekend agenda. I quickly said “Oh… and I have to make this Epley book.” Her 20 questions started from there… “What’s an Epley book?”… “How do you make an Epley book?” I assured her that I hadn’t discovered a new technique and explained that Epley is the last name of a soon to be married couple. I was asked to make the “Epley Book” as a gift for the bride at her bridal shower. Each letter of their last name is stapled to a separate page in the book. All of the guests at the shower were asked to write a word describing the happy couple on each page and starting with the letter cooresponding to that page (i.e. Loving on the ‘L’ page). The last page of the book has a title “Advice for the Epley’s” where everyone wrote their advice for a happy marriage. I started by stamping the letters of their last name with the JustRite Brayton Font in Memento Rich Cocoa ink. I punched each letter with the 1 1/4″ circle punch and layered it onto 1 3/8″ circle punch. I cut up and glued down my patterned paper before I remembered to turn it over and check the brand. I’ve had this piece of paper for a loooong time so I’m sure it’s nothing new and exciting. I printed their names (Trent & Giovanna) onto Choice Buttercream cardstock in Susie’s Hand font. Then I decorated the front cover with popped up flowers and Zva Crystal Swirls. The front and back cover are heavyweight chipboard and the inside pages are Choice Buttercream cardstock. The finished size of the book is 5″ x 7.5″ and was bound using the Bind It All. I love the JustRite products because they allow you to make anything you can dream up… including the “Epley Book”! Thanks for stopping by today! Hope you all have a wonderful day!