keepin' traveler's notebooks simple


so many memories to document

Having just returned from almost a week at the beach with my friends, I have come home not with souvenirs. Nope. You gotta know me better than that. I returned with a camera roll full of photos.

Just getting started printing and documenting these many photos and all the feels. It was a great time. And while it is fresh in my heart, I want to get these in one of the Journal Studio traveler's notebooks.

To do this in the midst of ALL the other things I want to do I am keeping the process super simple.

For this quick and simple layout I stayed with a few tools and embellishements:
My new favorite and secret weapon the Mini WRMK Evolution
Heidi Swapp Color Fresh Cardstock Stickers
Heidi Swapp Washi Tape plus my favorite scissors
The Stamp Market Skinny Upper Alpha Dies
and some sweet little wood veneers

With just a few products in tow, I am getting my story on.

When scrapping inside a traveler's notebook size mini, I like either one of two sizes of photos. A full page photo is an often go-to size. And then as seen here, a 3x4-inch photo that I printed at home.

Here is how the rest of the page went:
I trimmed out the 'this day was:' sticker from the Heidi Swapp Cardstock Sticker set, and then added a strip of Color Fresh Washi Tape just underneath to underline the sentiment.
The Love sticker was popped up with dimensional dots and then a tiny wood veneer heart was attached to that sticker to finish it off.

I just picked up these must-have dies from The Stamp Market. The Skinny Upper Alpha Dies...I'm warning you will be seeing these a lot.

They make a great title statement. And since this is the first page in this 'in-progress' mini album, I thought a HELLO would be appropriate.

Using the Mini WRMK Evolution, it was super quick to die cut the alphas out with a complementary cardstock color. Using a liquid glue with a skinny applicator I was able to adhere these to the page as seen.

All the supplies are linked below. Grab an assortment of easy to use embellishments to craft your travelers notebook pages. Cause there are so many memories to be made. So little time to document them all.

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