Today I’m all about tags and how to transform them into books.
The fastest and simplest option are our Disc Bound Tag Journals and Additional Pages and we’re introducing new styles today; you’ll see them in the video. Those new styles are landscape oriented, with pages that are wider than they are tall. The join the existing portrait oriented ones and the ones that are just plain tags without the discs.
It’s those plain styles that you’ll see me fold in a couple of different ways to create other shaped books and journals. One will have pages stitched into the binding and the other utilizes the Dylusions Dyalog Elastics to create more of a junk-ish style tag journal.
To help you get started creating tag books and journals we’re putting the entire category on sale at 25% off, so you can save on everything including the newest styles.
In the vide you’ll also see me work with Marabu’s Art Sprays. They’re highly pigmented and permanent when dry which allows you to layer complementary colors without making a muddy mess. I’ll show you my background technique with them and how I create second generation backgrounds with the addition of water.
Even better is that the Art Sprays are on sale at 45% off, so now is your chance to dip your toe in the Art Spray pond!
Supplies For This Video:
Joggles Watercolor Tags and Tag Books (save 25%)
Marabu Art Spray (save 45%)
Dylusions Ink Sprays (save 25%)
Joggles 9″ x 12″ Stencils (I used Bubble Blast, Dotted Grid, Marrakesh)