Hi, Anna here today to help anyone who wants to try out a traveler’s notebook format for scrapbooking.
If you haven’t come across Traveler’s notebooks before, they’re a cover with small notebooks. Many people use a TN as a bullet journal or planner, but its use in scrapbooking is also very popular.
In my opinion, There’s no better place to keep your memories “quickly and easily” than the Traveler’s Notebook. I love that each spread is like a mini layout. In my traveler’s notebooks, I complete a lot of different projects but my absolute favorite is the books I create for my travels.
To create this spread, I grabbed my favorite pieces from the Celestial collection. I had a perfect picture of my husband that would showcase this collection well.
Papers, stamps and die cuts are the most useful items for documenting your stories on a traveler’s notebook layout.
Today, I am going to show you 10 tips, that I have found to be super helpful when creating in traveler’s notebooks:
StickerKitten items used in this project: