Last week I shared a new app called Dripthat with you – I love to use it for creating a drip that really describes the mood over several images, and I can share it privately with family, or publicly with everyone.
But this time, I wanted to show you how easy it is to turn this into a how-to destination for all of your favorite recipes and craft projects! I just shared a drip of a paper plane DIY printable, and it has 11 photos showing how to fold the planes. It’s a quick way to see how the project comes together and share inspiration out to anyone who sees it. Plus, I chose to release those photos slowly over one day – which means every couple of hours it will appear again in the main public feed – or in the feed of those who follow me (that means you, right? Follow me on Dripthat at @smallforbig). For bloggers, it could be a total game changer.
Dripthat allows us to be more exclusive with our photos while not having to worry about constantly being advertised to or having our feed being diluted by content overload. The combination of being able to choose who and when to share my images is amazing.
You can also find these Fastest Flyers Paper Planes right here.
A big thanks to the people at Dripthat for supporting this post. As always, all of the opinions are my own.
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