Tanti is here. Today I‘m going to share some ideas how you can use the stamp set
that came in the memory keeping pocket kit.
I love using stamps in my TN either for planning or memory keeping because
they are so versatile to use.
On the picture below, you can see that I used the stamp to fill in the blank space in my planner.
The cherry blossom stamp is perfect for to do list checkers.
I colour the flower everytime I‘m done with one task.
Here I used the stamp to separate the weekend days.
You can make a pattern on paper with this kind of stamp like I did here in my planner section.
Stamps are perfect to create a particular background either on your planner section or
on the memory keeping spread.
The very common way to use stamps is to make some die cuts.
You can stamp it on a white paper and colour them or leave it just so
or stamp it on a patterned paper and then fussy cut them.
I stamped some cherry blossom images on a white cardstock, fussy cut them and glued them
back to back to create this cute little flower charm.
Then I attached it to the tip in on my journal spread.
Christine has told us that the cherry blossom stamp has been designed,
so that you can use it to fill in the bigger stamp images such as the paper crane stamps.
The best way to create it, is with the masking technique as I show you on the picture below.
Just cover up the section that should not be stamped with washi.
I also use the masking technique to create my TN pocket. You can watch the process in my video
at the end of this post.
Well, I hope that this post could give you some inspiration to use your stamp set.
If you have any questions, please write it in the comment below or
you can tag me to your question in the group.
Thank you so much for stopping by and see you next time.