A bunch of travel layouts

Is that the right collective term for more than a few layouts – a “bunch”?

This is my last lot of layouts from the retreat I went to recently, then I’ll have to get my butt into gear and do some solo-scrapping… although, I’ve got a crop night next week, so that’ll be a good chance to do something.

Reichstag Building

Reichstag Building

Materials: KaiserCraft Mix’N’Match papers, tags and stickers

This is a super simple one, but I like it. On the right hand page, the big photo is actually a brochure we picked up while visiting the Reichstag. I’ve only stuck down the back cover of the book, so you can actually flip it open and read it.

 

St Petersburg

St Petersburg

Materials: KaiserCraft Now Boarding paper and polaroid frames

This is my “title page” for St Petersburg – I saved so much stuff from there, lots of maps and tickets and stuff, so I put some of those on the left, along with some photos that don’t really go with any other photos, which I put in the “polaroid” frames (so cute!).

 

Moscow

Moscow

Materials: Graphic45 Typography paper, Basic Grey letters, KaiserCraft tag

I love this photo, taken by one of our fellow travellers in Moscow, even more so because I stupidly lost most of the photos I took that day, so it’s very precious to me. I love how the colours of the beautiful Typography paper go so well with the amazingly colourful St Basil’s Cathedral in the Red Square of Moscow.

 

Four Horses Fountain

Four Horses Fountain

Materials: Teresa Collins World Traveller paper, Basic Grey letters, Bazzill

Again, using up some leftovers of one of my favourite ranges of paper. Once I’d done the background, it was hard to actually finish the layout because everything kept fading into the background. Bazzill to the rescue!! This fabulous fountain in Moscow was devoid of water when we visited, but still pretty cool!

 

Changing of the Guard

Changing of the Guard

Materials: Teresa Collins World Traveller paper

Another very simple layout, but effective I think. With the reds and blacks, it was looking a little washed out, but when I added the pop of green it really highlighted the photos.

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