Hello Spellbinders and Davenpeeps! It’s Courtney Diaz again from Little Raven Ink to show you another way in which I create with the new Making Faces range. I love to add interactive items into my journals such a Tip-Ins. If you aren’t familiar with what a Tip In is, in the book printing and binding business a Tip-in was to attach (an insert) in a book by gluing along the binding edge. For example to tip in a color plate. So essentially it’s adding another page or item into your journal/book.
I love Tip-ins, I live for them, I am always finding fun ways to add more to my journal and today I am going to show you what I call a Spark Starter! These are more for your inspiration than a tutorial! Don’t worry I do take you step by step through the process, but take it all in and let it spark something in your own crafting world!
I hope this video has shown you that these little cards that could have so many creative possibilities! You can stretch them and alter them to look totally different to when you first opened them! Jane’s products work seamlessly and effortlessly together to give the Artist a true feeling of creative abandon! I will say this is some of the most fun I’ve had creating something in a while!
I hope this have given you that little spark inside you that can turn into a creative blaze! It’s these little sparks that we have to chase down and embrace!
Jane Daveport Mixed Media Magic Wands, Watercolour Paper, Black ballpoint pen, White Gel Pen, Glue Stick, Clear Acrylic Stamp Block, Scissors, Double sided Tape, Collage Papers , Bone Folder, Craft Knife, Cutting Mat, Blue Watercolour Paint.
Have a wonderful week and I’ll see you another time for another quirky Project!
Thank you to Spellbinders and the love Jane Davenport for having me on board this very colorful train ride, I’ve had a blast creating for you all!
Courtney Diaz – Little Raven Ink