I was inspired to make my own Zine after watching this video. This dad made Zines to put in his son’s lunch box.
How To Make a Zine from a Single Piece of Paper (for lunch box notes)
He references this book on how to make a Zine:
I had watched Little Furry Peach make a Zine to sell a while ago. She uses watercolor paints but then creates her Zine using the computer in order to print them out in quantity. I wanted to try making a watercolor Zine without the computer part.
Little Furry Peach Makes a Zine
Her Zine theme of a simple day to night sky inspired me for my theme: rainbows!
I make my own watercolor zine!
The First Rule of Punk by Celia C. Pérez
I first learned about zines in Celia C. Perez’s warm and humorous middle grade book The First Rule of Punk. Twelve-year-old Malú loves music, skateboarding, and making zines. Her interests collide in this heartfelt story of creativity, fitting in, and being yourself. [middle grade, ages 9 and up]
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