Saturday, 24 August 2019

Mini Art Journals by Elisa Ablett

Hi Inky friends,

Elisa here from the design team for Ink Art Designs with my latest inspiration featuring loads of stamping, art journalling and inky mess.

I have to give you all a bit of background into these mini art journals and how I came to create (be addicted) them. I was lucky enough to catch a private tutorial from one awesome talented lady - Tina Walker (aka...A dogs life13). The tutorial was - how to create a mini art journal using one sheet of paper of any size!! it is so clever, I have included Tina's social media information so you can head on over and subscribe and keep on eye out in the next few months for the next mini book tutorial....

These are only 2 of the mini art journals i have created. I have also used cardboard to create the front and back covers and decorate them with Sari Silk and recycled baby wipes. 

Here is the link for Tina Walker's youtube channel and instagram, 
make sure you head on over and subscribe!

You can see from the below photo by Tina Walker just how awesome these mini books can be!
Tina Walker's Profile Photo, Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, closeup Image may contain: food

I consider myself a novice of the mini book, but BOY am I addicted.

These are just a sample of the pages I have created in my two mini books so far!

Under each photo I have included a list of the Ink Art Designs stamps I have used in that page.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today and don't forget to visit the Ink Art Designs shop online or in person this weekend at Paperific in Melbourne Australia.


Elisa x


  1. Fabulous, clever lady, love your creations at the best of times but this is fabulous.xx

  2. Hi Elisa. These mini journals look fantastic! I NEED to check out the links lol.
    Dot x
    Ink Art Designs


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