Hello everyone, welcome to the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo blog, I’m Becki Adams here with a fun travelers notebook project to share with you. Wednesdays are all about The Wandering Planners and planners here on the blog. This week I’m here to talk about the new travelers notebooks with Echo Park Paper. At Creativation in January, Echo Park Paper announced that they were working on their own line of travelers notebooks and accessories. I LOVE travelers notebooks and Echo Park Paper is one of my favorite manufacturers. I was SO excited to hear that they had travelers notebooks on the way. I was even more thrilled when Echo Park Paper sent me a couple of travelers notebooks and a few goodies to play with. I love documenting memories and telling stories in my travelers notebooks.
Here’s what the inside of my travelers notebook looks like. I’ve added a photo of my husband and I in the top pocket and a few die cuts in the pockets below. The travelers notebook inserts from Echo Park Paper are so pretty that you don’t have to do anything extra to the cover. Aren’t those strips and florals gorgeous?!?!
I am a scrapbooker at heart. I LOVE pretty paper, embellishments, and lots of photos. For me telling a story with photos is pure magic. The travelers notebook that I’m working in right now is my journal where I can tell more personal stories. As I show you this notebook, you’ll notice that there isn’t journaling. That’s not because I didn’t have anything to say, it’s because I have a more personal story to write that I won’t be sharing online. I wholeheartedly believe that everyone has a story to tell and that their story is worth telling.
Here’s what a few of the inside pages of my travelers notebook looks like.
Let’s talk about these products for just a minute because I LOVE playing with pretty products. These two travelers notebooks are beautiful! I’m working with the black TN and the floral TN. I love incorporating scrapbooking supplies into my planner and travelers notebooks. 12×12 patterned paper can easily be trimmed down to fit within a travelers notebook. I like to cut my patterned paper down about 1/4 of an inch smaller than the travelers notebook page. I like that small white border around my pages. As I mentioned earlier, I love telling my story with photos so adding photos to my travelers notebook has come naturally. The beautiful Flora No. 2 collection is what I used to create all of these travelers notebook pages.
I’d love to hear about what products you use in your travelers notebooks. Have you tried Echo Park Paper’s new travelers notebooks? If not, hurry, you’ll fall in love when them! Thank you for stopping by the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo blog for new travelers notebooks with Echo Park Paper. Happy planning, friends.