Document Your Life With Waffle Flower


Hey Tombow Fans! This is Jennie and today I am going to share a few tips to document your life! This week we are teaming up with Waffle Flower. I’ve loved their stamps and dies for a while. I just discovered their inks and I am in love! Best inks I’ve ever used!

Learn a few tips to document your life using stamps from @jenniegarcian

To glue the die cut pieces, I used the Tombow MONO Adhesive+ Permanent. I have a little tip for bloggers like me. When you document your life, sometimes your pictures will include people you aren’t allowed to publish online. When this happens I just use a filler card for the photo and video and then swap it. It’s more aesthetically pleasing than blurring the person out.
Learn a few tips to document your life using stamps from @jenniegarcian

To glue the wood veneers, I use the Tombow Xtreme Adhesive. The Tombow Xtreme Adhesive is 5 times stronger than the other adhesive runners. You could use the Tombow MONO Multi XL Liquid Glue but I prefer an adhesive that is instantly dry. When I started doing pocket pages, I needed to put my journaling next to the photo. Sometimes that wasn’t possible and I came up with this journaling style where I put a number sticker next to the photo and write all the journaling in one or two cards.

Learn a few tips to document your life using stamps from @jenniegarcian

Alphabet stamps are my favorite kind of stamps. This Sketchy Alpha Stamp Set is my new favorite! Whenever I use a new stamp I use the Tombow MONO Eraser to prime it. That way it stamps better. The aqua ink I am using to stamp is New Fish In Pond. I even used it for my date stamp.

Learn a few tips to document your life using stamps from @jenniegarcian

This week in my life was Spirit Week at my daughter’s school so I used the Sketchy Alpha Stamp Set to stamp letters on the photos to represent the days of the week. These stamps and inks work great on photos too! Learn a few tips to document your life using stamps from @jenniegarcian

I took the asterisk from the 100% Love Stamp Set and I stamped it twice so I could get two tones. On the camera card, I used the heart from the Doily Square Stamp Set. I stamped it once in a piece of paper and then on the card so I could get a lighter shade. I did’t want to make the card to busy, but it needed a little something extra!

Learn a few tips to document your life using stamps from @jenniegarcian

I hope you enjoyed this post! Don’t forget to send some love to our Waffle Flower friends! Tombow Design Team Coordinator Jennie Garcia

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