Here we are at the fifth edition of the Hump Day How-To tutorials and this one was BY REQUEST. I'm finding it much easier to respond to requests for videos in this series than to come up with what I think might be helpful. There are so many tutorials and videos in the world that my goal was never to try and find something so unique that no one else is doing a tutorial, so send me more requests. :-)
After having about twelve people email and private message me on Facebook about the tiny photos in my planner for the #documentedlife project, I thought it might be neat to share how I create the tiny images of my art to use in my planner.
- Standard copy paper or card stock
- glue stick or double sided tape
- digital images of my artwork
- Maximize the page by printing as many as you can get on a page. Even if you aren't ready to use them, you can stash them away for later.
- Don't have iPhoto? Try an app like TurboCollage or Fotor that allows you to build a mosaic of images and print from there.
- Standard printer paper is really thin and can wrinkle if you don't use a good adhesive. I will sometimes use card stock to avoid the wrinkles. But when I use regular printer paper, I like to use double sided tape or the Uhu glue stick to adhere it to the planner page. No matter which one I use, I burnish it with a key card or bone folder to make sure it stays.