more travel


 Continuing from yesterday...more inside pages with plenty of room to journal the actual sites, sounds and adventures I am hoping this year's explores will bring into focus. I am seeing plenty of space here for photos and journaling, or even attaching a postcard or other ephemera from our journeys.

 Yes, that is pattern paper. Sewing pattern paper. A technique Ali shared in her class. I am especially fond of the directional arrows this method showcases. I know I will be doing this again in other books.

 7gypsie journaling pages are perfect for this kind of book. I always have these extra in my stash.

 A bit hard to see here in the photo, but the left side page is the back side of the 7gypsie paper. It is painted over. I left it a bit transparent to show the pattern underneath. Now it is ready for journaling OR photos.

 I could not have enough ledger paper anywhere. And this book was just another excuse to trim it, punch it, and die cut it into various and diverse shapes.

And this is just the back of the die cut.

Lovin' this book. Making me excited to take our little road trip as soon as summer shows her pretty little face.

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