My friend Amy Tangerine has been inspiring me to do a little scrapbooking. We even did a little collab awhile back and while I enjoy paper crafts, I realistically don’t make time for it. Our family was headed to Hawaii last December, for my husband to do a video for the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor (his video played on Waikiki beach in front of a few thousand people – it was awesome!). I wanted to do some sort of scrapbook on this trip, so this was what I decided to do… Have it finished by the time I got home!
Here are some of the supplies I prepared and took with me so that I could get started on the 5 hour flight and in the evenings at the hotel. My kids are young still, 5 and 8 – so we did try to get them to bed at a decent hour. Once they went to bed, I would hang out with my family and take a few minutes to work on my traveling scrapbook.
Here I am sitting at the hotel dining table next to my husband working on it.
My favorite supplies to make a travel scrapbook:
Travelers Notebook (I love the grid refill for quilt sketches)
Roll of adhesive
Here is a video where I go a little more in detail and show some family footage of the trip!