This is the season we often set out to see new sights, squeeze in some relaxation and embark on making new memories with our family and friends. The Garden Girls inspire us to document our explorations in this round of travel-themed pages. Just click on the link below each layout for supplies and details from each designer.
Staycation by Jill Sprott
A grid design with bold colors capture the adventurous feel of this layout by Jill. Notice the way she's customized her wooden accents with paint and mist, and the range of photos that she's captured to help tell her story. What you eat, where you stay, what you do and what you see are all great photo prompts for when traveling.
This is Why by Amy Heller
Amy uses travel-themed motifs to help reinforce her from-the-heart journaling. Crop in on an area of your photo you'd like to emphasize and save another version to help add focus to your subject. A variety of textures, including those fun little wooden envelopes, add interest to this already captivating page.
I Want to Go There by Amy Tan
A stack of letter stickers in a rainbow of colors matted by a map pattern make for an energetic and cool composition. Amy didn't bother with a photo on this page; what thoughts are you wanting to record without the use of a photo?
Vancouver 2012 by Wilna Furstenberg
Wilna takes advantage of the versatility of digital journaling cards by printing out these "Today" printable labels by Marcy Penner. I love the way she's arranged them and made them a "home" for her photos, journaling and accents. Strips of washi tape in varying colors and designs help separate the rows.
What a Journey by Jaime Warren
The woodgrain alpha set helps contribute to the woodsy feel in this layout all about camping by Jaime Warren. Empty frames help create lines that guide your eye, and the inky black splatters of paint complement the dark hues in her photos well.
Washington DC by Lynn Ghahary
How clever is Lynn?! What a fun use of twine, tags and cameras. The Abroad collection by Studio Calico is the perfect choice for documenting each destination on her trip to our nation's capital.
Hello Palm Desert by Amy Tan
By printing out her Instagram photos at 2x2 from her home printer, Amy was able to have fun with embellishing the remainder of her page. Notice all the cool details she's brought in? I'm loving her car stamp, hand-embroidered tag and memorabilia from her road trip!
Shape Your World by Jill Sprott
Jill wanted to create a layout that was dedicated to the way her cousin, a nurse, helps "shape the world with her helping hands." I don't know about you, but Jill's layout inspires me to take the time to give extra thought to how each piece can help tell my story. Her chipboard hands, map background, and flair badges beautifully reinforce her theme.
That concludes today's post about travel pages! We'll take a look at cards tomorrow. Thanks for joining us! - Jamie
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