Travel is one of the great pleasures of life. The time spent on vacation is precious, so of course we want to remember it forever. The journey log is the perfect way to preserve this invaluable memory.
What do you think when you hear your travel diary? Are you making a blank page or a lined book? Do you think a travel diary is about writing an essay or a sketchy landscape?
If you want to write or draw, then these are a great way to record your travel record. If you don't like these activities, have you ever thought of using scrapbooking techniques in your travel diary?
Scrapbooking has never been more popular. If you are not up to date on scrapbooking, you should check out. There is much more available now than most of us were children.
Do you wonder how you will do this project while traveling? If you think I suggest packing wrapping paper sets in your suitcase, don't worry. You can do this if you want, but I suggest simple ways of organizing our memories, so you can get the feel of the clipboard without much effort.
Start with a good quality travel diary. Buy the best you can afford. Remember to create a legacy. After the end of the journey and the fading of the memory, the scrapbook diary will open the sights, sounds, smells and feelings of the adventures.
Before buying a travel log, make sure the paper is of good quality. Touch if possible. Invite you to create? When you buy a newspaper from an Internet-based manufacturer, look for terms such as "art-quality" or "quality-finish". This is very important. If the quality of the paper is not mentioned, it may not have been important for the manufacturer.
An ideal log with blank and lined pages. The blank pages are just the things you can stick to your memories. Lined pages are great for adding descriptions or other words. Of course you can freely use your page in any way. Let inspiration take over and FUN!
Another feature that fits the most up-to-date travel diary and workbook is pocket pages. Collect all of our memories in one place, then your memories will be at the tip of your fingertips.
What are the examples that serve to preserve the memory of a notebook? You probably have your own idea, but here are some that you can imagine:
• Maps – Create wallpapers with them, cut shapes, or tag pages on the map.
• Postage Stamps – It's like adding art to your diary.
• Paper Currency – Are you not sure what to do with a nicely designed but largely worthless small bill? Scrapbook it to the page.
• Tickets – Some tickets are elegantly designed and enhanced by the travel diary.
• Postcards – These make wonderful pictures and provide instant satisfaction. Postcards can be placed in the diary immediately without having to wait for the photos to be printed.
Of course, there is no limit to what you can use to create a scrapbook log. Publications, menus, cocktail napkins, etc.
If you want more ideas about scrapbooking, the internet is a good place to look. Most craft stores deliver clipboard sets. Some communities have stores that only deal with scrapbooking. Shops, community colleges and high school adult programs also include scrapbook classes.
If it's the first scrapbook project, it's worth keeping it simple.
The goal is to create a reminder that allows you to remember the journey. Take a few words as you travel, give it a reminder, and before you know … you have a clipboard you always keep down.
Source by Barbara Wirth