January 29th Creative Prompt Use 2 Ribbons. Adding ribbons to a journal page is a fun way to add accents and color. In this tutorial, I’ll share how to attach ribbons with a stapler and use a stencil to create a background for my journal page.
January 29th Creative Prompt Use 2 Ribbons Tutorial Video
Supplies used for the January 29th Creative Prompt Use 2 Ribbons
- Radiant Red Creative Box
- Ribbon Rose Stencil
- White on Black Words – Inspirational
- Oval Brushes
- Firebrick Red Distress Ink
- Walnut Stain Distress Ink
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Sharpie No Bleed Writing Pen
- Red and Black Ribbons
- Paper Scraps
- Book Page Scraps
- Washi Tape
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January 29th Prompt is to create a journal page using at least 2 ribbons or ribbon scraps. Write about something or things that bring you joy.
Using black and red ribbon, Linda shows that you don’t need a hole punch to attach ribbons to your journal tags, a stapler works just as well!
Using a stapler, Linda shows that you do not need a hole punch for your journal tags to attach ribbons. She adhered both of her tags from the Radiant Red Creative Box using Aleene’s tacky glue to her page.
To add some textured color to her page, she took the Ribbon Rose Stencil, and an oval brush to lightly brush on Firebrick Red Distress ink. Finally she added White Words on Black inspirational words to a distressed piece of scrap paper for the border. At the bottom of her journal page, she applied some washi tape that she has been using throughout her journal.
What brings you joy in your life?