This fun double page spread has lots of tags which are such fun and easy embellishments for travel layouts. I love the coordinating ink colors around each tag! Visit the Close to My Heart blog for this and several more travel themed page ideas.
With Summer in full swing you along with your family and/or friends might be heading out to hit the road for a fun vacation. If you’re taking a trip be sure to take pictures along the way like packing, in the car or on the plane and of course once you reach your destination. There are so many great scrapbooking products to create the perfect layouts for your travels, design a page for the specific destination or just a general travel themed page using things like map papers, ticket stubs, compasses, street signs and fun vacay sentiments.
I’ve collected a bunch of trip and travel themed scrapbook layout ideas to help inspire you to create after you’ve gotten back home. Click on the link below each photo to find info like products used, tutorials and tips.
This clever layout is a travel bucket list, what a great way to inspire yourself to travel more and you can check off the places after you travel there. I adore how each photo looks like a vintage Polaroid photo! This grid style digital page was created with products from The Sweet Shoppe, visit their gallery for a closer look.
This monochromatic blue and white layout has lots of room for journaling and features pics in the car and the plane because half the fun of going on a vacation is the adventure of getting there. This design was created with stamps and stickers and a kit from Elle’s Studio, visit their Instagram for more details.
It’s always fun if you can find products for the specific place you’ve visited or take inspiration from their country’s flag or what they are known for and incorporated it into the design. This fun Oh, Canada layout has flag banners and pattern paper with animals like Moose, Geese and Beaver. Visit the Creative Memories blog for step by step directions.
This page celebrates a trip to Morocco with a stenciled painted sunburst background in earthy pastel colors that reflect the photos colors, paint splatters and little stars and moon embellishments. This design has so much great movement! Visit the Lollipop Box Club for more details.
These Travelers Notebook pages feature a tall skinny photo with a stamped title on one side, the other has more stamping, typed journaling and pattern paper accents. TN pages are a quick and easy way to document a trip, you can easily create an entire notebook just for one trip. Visit the Kerri Bradford blog for a closer peek.
This amazing mixed media tag takes the vacation off the page and onto an art piece to hang on the wall or display on a shelf. The vintage photo on the beach is accented with 3D tropical flowers, metal tags, layers of distress sewn papers, wood embellishments, paints and lots more. Visit the That’s Life blog for more info.
If you’ve got lots of photos try a grid layout with patterns papers and fun borders like this double page travel layout that has room for 9 photos and some journaling. Pop over to Artsy Albums for a closer look.
You might think of bright colors for an outdoor layout but these pinks and yellows really work along side the plaids and rustic woodgrain textures on this nature layout from Becki! Check out that fun top border she created with two half tags and string, so cool! Visit the Simple Stories blog for all the details.
And then there are of course some of the frustrations of travel like having your flight cancel. Or what happened to my husband and I on own first post-Covid trip, we got a flat tire from running over a nail in our rental car 🙁 Maybe it will be cathartic to make a “fun” page about it like Tegan did. I spotted her page on the Doodlebug blog.
This awesome travel layout has a cool grid background created with lots of different trip themed pattern papers. Over top are the photo and several pre-printed die cuts and sentiments. Visit the Echo Park Instagram for more info.
This travel layout is accented with lots of tags, labels and tickets and there’s still room for lots of photos and even a hidden tag tucked in a pocket for journaling. Visit The Cherry on Top blog for all the details.
I hope you have a blast if you head out this summer for some travel time and that you’ve gotten some inspiration from these layout ideas!
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