Wednesday, October 10, 2012

'Globe Trotter' Diary

Hello,
I've got too many postcards, ticket tubs, odd labels [beside of thousands un-scrapped photos] from my past travels tucked in rows of shoe boxes!. Guilty. Way behind scrapping these!!. 

Recently, I rummaged through these treasures and picked some to use in my latest mini album for Scrappingville, which I dearly called 'Globe Trotter' Diary. 

the front.

the back.


It is a minimalist earthy-colored travel diary. I used pattern papers, corrugated papers and various sizes of envelopes to make the pages. Pages are neatly bound with Zutter 1" coil. Lastly, added some ethnic beads, ribbons and jute-twines to embellish the otherwise plain black chipboard covers. 


It has plenty of pockets and folders to keep more little treasures :). My advice, never throw away those pretty labels from your shopping. They make perfect closures!.


I was nicely surprised to find that I kept a funky label from a bottled drink!. Ha!. Makes me smile. 


And yes, pocket for coins is a must-have in any travel diaries.

I casually jotted down notes with black/maroon sharpies and white gel pens. After all, this mini album is more like a journal than anything :). Think I'll make more of these before my next travel, something to keep me busy while on transit :).



This would be one of my October's class @ Scrappingville. Please check our website to see timing & details. 
Hugs.

Supplies : Everyday Eclectic by Allison Kreft Sticker, EP Journaling cards, pattern papers from EP (Cameras) and Glitz Designs (Happy Travels Planes, Happy Travels World), Maya Road heart chipboard, Tim Holtz Collection-Stampers Anonymous stamps, ribbons & twines from stash.

11 comments:

  1. fantastic journal. I will definitely look at scraps in a whole new way! Thank you so much for your kind words on my blog. xo

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  2. Sweet journal with so much texture Shahrul! shhh don't tell but there is no catching up on scrapping, journalling, mini making etc! There is always just enough to keep us creative and happily busy! Hugs,

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    1. hush yes!!. Totally agree with you there :).

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  3. Perfect title for your worldly travels journal and I love that you save everything..even the privacy please..LOL..love that!!

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    1. LOL. Totally a hoarder :). In a good way, wink*.

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  4. WOW, you have outdone yourself again. I love the cover and the title for this journal. Those ribbons are so pretty too. Lots of goodies tucked inside, you have the coolest things saved. I save lables/tags of things too, never know when you can use them. GREAT JOB ON THIS!!! If I ever get to travel I would love to make a journal like this, thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. I agree, hoard first think later? :). Thanks so much!

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  5. I love your travel journal .......... great tip about using the tags for closures!!!!

    Karenx

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  6. Love the clean organic feel of your travel journal. It's always fun to see the knick knacks that one keeps from travels! :)

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  7. This is fabulous! What a treasure to have- those ticket stubs are the perfect way to document traveling!

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  8. Wowwww.....I love this! It's perfect for me! I have lotsa movie tickets, bus tickets, airline tickets! Receipts, name it!! Been wondering what to do with those too.....this certainly is a good inspiration.
    Thanks!! { I bought one NG notebook at Borders recently and it has plenty of pockets and a notepad for traveller...... Bliss......but too sayang nak Guna...hehehe...}

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