Links for the traveling scrapbooker

Looking for a distraction while planning your next trip? If you’re handy with a glue stick or creative at all, scrapbooking is a fantastic way to show off your photography and tell the story of your last adventures through photos, words and bits and pieces of ribbon, buttons and anything else you could stick on a page. The links below are a couple places to look for inspiration when starting your first travel scrapbook.

Scrap Your Trip
This whole site is dedicated to travel-themed scrapbook supplies. They offer supplies for general travel as well as very specific vacation destinations. After my trip to New York City last year, I bought myself some beautiful NYC paper from this site. Definitely worth a look.

Hello Traveler!
Post cards, photo albums, stickers, scrapbook kits and more, this site is great for picking out something special to help keep those wonderful memories alive and well.

TravelScrappin.com
Great for specialized supplies, depending on the type of trip. Fishing trip? Got it. Wine tour? Got it. Honeymoon? Got it!

Vacation Scrapbook Pages (About.com)
Layouts and ideas to get your inspirational brain cells working.

Two Peas in a Bucket
This site isn’t specifically travel-themed, per say. It is, however, the best scrapbook site online (in my opinion). You can shop for supplies, talk ideas on the discussion forum, look through pages of exceptionally beautiful scrapbook layouts and surf through hundreds of articles on scrapbook techniques, photography and more.

(Photo by sushi♥ina.)

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2 Comments on “Links for the traveling scrapbooker”


  1. […] Links for the traveling scrapbooker […]

  2. fedwickagency Says:

    Fantastic idea, scrapbooking trips. I must say that would make a more valuable (and interesting) souvenir than a plastic statuette of the statue of liberty. Another idea would be to throw in bits of language tips in the corners of the pages (German for Germany, Portuguese for Brazil, etc.)

    -J. P. Cabit
    Editor-In-Chief, Fedwick Agency

    P.S. (Looks like you have a problem with automatic self-spamming. You may want to fix this…)


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