So, yesterday I shared Pt1 of my Traveler's Notebook and today I have Pt2 for you to see.
Following the photo section of my Notebook, I created some mini folders from digital papers called SugarCoated by @peppermintgranberg. Here I adhered a photo and embellished it similar to a regular scrapbook layout.
I added some of my own calligraphy, my keycard from the hotel and a business card from one of the restaurants where we dined.
I love to collect various papers when traveling, so this one is a pamphlet of the hotel and surrounding golf course where we stayed for two nights. And on the right is the awesome jacuzzi and starlight ceiling that was in my room!
More papers... hotel info and my packing list folded up on the right, then clipped with a PL card and some ephemera.
That paper on the left unfolds to show the map highlighted in pink of how to get to my room.
My boarding passes...
The name tag that was prepared for me and that I wore the three days of the conference. On the right I adhered a velum baggie, added more paper goodies and closed it with a button and some velcro dots.
Another photo simply scrapbooked. On the right is a 4-pocket photo page that I filled with two photos, a leaf and a transparent butterfly.
Behind that, I have a fold out page containing more photo memories.
On the back I did more calligraphy. The right side is a pocket that I made with washi tape and inserted a card presented to me at the end of the conference.
The last page is a photo of me to remember this amazing couple of days of work travel. And to end it all is another 4-pocket page with a photo, my luggage tag, a wood veneer typewriter and a final tag with the location and date of my trip.
I have to say that I am pretty pleased with myself to have finished this little Traveler's Notebook so quickly after returning from my trip.
Loved this process and will be using it again for more business travel coming up in November.