Document Your Childhood Memories in a Travelers Notebook 1


Hello Tombow friends, this is Jennie and I am taking a trip down memory lane. Hopefully, this will inspire you to document your childhood memories! I love documenting memories using mini albums and travelers notebooks. This album from Citrus Twist is the same size as a travelers notebook, perfect for documenting little stories!

Supplies:

Step One:

Print your photos! Technology is great, but sometimes it fails. I prefer to have my photos stored online and also printing them. You can use collage applications like PicStitch to use more than one photo in a layout. I created photo strips with this app.

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Step Two:

Write your story! You can write a letter to your childhood or write something short and sweet! Use journaling prompts to make the writing process easier. Sometimes I type my journaling, but most times I prefer to write it. I love to look at my grandmother’s handwriting and I imagine future generations will enjoy mine too. Journaling in color is super fun with the Tombow TwinTone Markers.

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Step Three:

Glue everything down! I like to use the Tombow MONO Adhesive Dots when I’m not sure where the elements I’m gluing will end up. Usually, I use the Tombow Power Mini Glue Tape or the Tombow MONO Adhesive + Permanent.

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Step Four:

Embellish your pages with stickers and die cuts. The Tombow Power Mini Glue Tape or the Tombow MONO Adhesive + Permanent are also perfect for die cuts!

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I hope you feel inspired to document your childhood memories!


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One thought on “Document Your Childhood Memories in a Travelers Notebook

  • Maud Calhoun

    Cool idea. I like to document everything on paper. During my school years, I loved to write in my diary. As a result, I decided to connect my life with writing. I now write academic papers on https://wowgrade.net/ and help students improve their grades.