When you travel, there’s a lot to take in. You’re seeing all sorts of new sights, meeting all sorts of new people and trying all sorts of new things — it can be a lot to absorb! To help remember every thing from every adventure, many people create travel logs wherever they go. And fittingly enough, the Travel Log collection has all the supplies you need to create your own DIY travel log. Check out how blog contributor Tina used the collection to make a log that captures her wanderlust!
How many of you have dreams of living that big city life? There’s just something about the larger-than-life skyscrapers, the hustle and bustle of the streets and the feeling of being amongst the masses. There are definitely plenty of memories to be made in the city and the layouts you create for them need urban flair to match. Check out these ideas for city scrapbook borders you can make with the Cityscape Border Punch – it’s sure to add an exciting energy to all your layouts!
What do you like most about travel? Seeing the sights? Tasting new food? Meeting new people? No matter what it is, travel can be an important aspect of human growth. The more of the world you see firsthand, the more you’ll learn about yourself and those around you. An added bonus: You’ll undoubtedly make countless memories. What better way to reminisce about your excursions than with a travel scrapbook layout using the Travel Log collection? Take a look at the jet-setting travel layout in today’s post and find inspiration for your own album!
Returning home from vacation can be depressing. You have suitcases to unpack, responsibilities to address and PTO to build back up. Need an easy way to beat the post-getaway blues? Get to work on a vacation scrapbook layout! Not only will this help you reminisce about the fun you just had, but also ensure you have a way to look back on the trip, whether it’s years from now or just next week. Check out these ideas from contributor Krislyn — she created three original vacation scrapbook borders you can use to decorate your layouts!
What types of items do you take home with you once your travels are finished? Are you someone who likes to keep tickets, stubs or small photos as souvenirs? If so, you’re going to LOVE the Travel Log Pocket Embellishments! They’re new to CM and are an awesome way to display memorabilia on your scrapbook pages and add a piece of the place you were visiting to your layout! Check out this travel scrapbook layout that prominently features two ways you can use these embellishments!
Airplanes represent freedom and new possibilities. When the Wright brothers set out to create a way for humans to take to the sky, they weren’t doing so for their own benefit — they were doing it to open up new possibilities for human travel and where we could go. Just like the invention of the airplane, the new Airplane Punch opens up a new world of possibilities for you and your scrapbook projects. Take a look at these fun airplane scrapbook border ideas and try them out for yourself!
The new Travel Log collection will help you create the best travel scrapbook layouts imaginable and includes everything you need to create layouts or a travel journal that you can look back on years after the trip takes place. With this collection (and new tools!) at your fingertips, you can bring your travel memories to life in all sorts of exciting new ways. Check out this Travel Log layout in today’s post to get started!