Making a scrapbook is a chance to travel back in time and live in your memories one more time...
I have been lagging back in filling up my personal scrapbook and updating it on the blog ofcourse ! You might have already seen this layout on my Instagram feed . I have loads of ideas in my mind and prioritising what goes up on the blog is stressing me out and feels like its time I seriously plan it up !!
These are pictures from our travel last year to Wayanad Kerala. It was a family trip and loads of memories and milestones to document . As I was packing my craft supplies for my trip all I packed were travel related stamps , stickers , note cards and ephemera's which I extensively use in my creations so putting together this came easy !
I use canon selphy cp1200 for printing pictures . The Canon PRINT SELPHY allows you to effortlessly print pictures using your smartphone or tablet.
This is my journal as a travel freak and I choose to keep this layout simple . This layout is centred on one picture and I have used up ephemera's I have been hoarding for a long long time now and left loads of space to journalise :)
For layout two , again This layout is centred on one picture. Here I have focused on putting in use all the stickers and ephemera's that I have carried along with me.
As I am crafting regularly here, my scraps are also growing and I intend not to carry them back this time so making as much as possible .
I have tried out a new brown scrap book here and totally loving the A4 format.... This is something I bought in Birmingham at Paperchase. Paper-chase is an international chain of stationery stores which were established in the United Kingdom but has since expanded into Europe, the USA and United Arab Emirates.
They have lovely options in travel journals with beautiful covers and prompts to choose from . I choose to go with the plain cover and look what I made with mine Here .
Do you journal / scrapbook your travels ? I would love to see how you document it , Do let me know will love to drop in and drop some love .
Hope to get regular on creating and updating ;) Leaving you with pictures from the mountains
View from my room at 6am in the morning
Wayanad is a rural district in Kerala state, southwest India. In the east, the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is a lush, forested region with areas of high altitude, home to animals including Asiatic elephants, tigers, leopards and egrets. In the Ambukuthi Hills to the south, Edakkal Caves contain ancient petroglyphs, some dating back to the Neolithic age.
Banasura Sagar Dam, which impounds the Karamanathodu tributary of the Kabini River.
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