Travel Scrapbook Pages Made Easy
Sometimes a collection comes along and immediately I know what photos I am going to use with it. In this case the new Honey and Spice collection! It was the perfect collection for me to use with some travel photographs of our recent visit to Pompeii.
When we we there we saw dozens of ancient buildings, monuments and statues. The colors were muted and I knew once I returned that the colors in the Honey and Spice collection would compliment my photos!
I created a double pocket page with two large 6 x 2 photos in between. I mixed my photos in between pattern paper from the collection trimmed to 3×4, ephemera and tags also. Do you spy that bottom right photo of the tiles, it suited that Terraza pattern paper perfectly which I trimmed to fit into the pocket. I added the black Thickers from the collection over the top of my photo and used some sand paper on the Thickers to create a grungy look.
The Clear Acrylic stamps have become a firm favorite. You can see I have used them here onto top of some of the tags as well as the large photo. I used Staz-On ink on the photo so the stamps wouldn’t smudge.
Flipping the large photo I added one of the ephemera pieces directly on the photo.
For my second page again I used a some pieces of pattern paper cut to fit into the 3×4 pockets. I took one of the large floral die cuts from the Ephemera pack and used pop dots to attach it to the top of the pocket page. I like that it layers over the other pockets.
More stamps and more Ephemera.
I added extra photos using some of the washi tape to join two photos together and then slipped it into the pocket.
I created a pocket using some of the Terraza pattern paper adhering it to the photo on the reverse. I typed up my journaling on a trimmed out piece from the Happy Days pattern paper. I used the We R Memory Keepers Hole Reinforcer punch to add a hole and reinforcer to the top of my tag.
I love that I am getting my travel pages done with this stunning collection, I cant wait to print my next photos and get working on my next travel pages.