Are you on the Planner bandwagon? There are so many planners out there and so many ways to use them, whether you’re actually using it to plan on a daily/weekly/yearly basis, using it for jotting down ideas or doodling, or whether you’re into using Traveler’s Notebooks. I tried going the daily planner route for awhile, but it just didn’t fit my personality. Then, I discovered Traveler’s Notebooks and I am now officially addicted! Traveler’s Notebooks can be used for anything your creative mind might imagine. I am using mine as a smaller version for scrapbooking and I really love the change.
For this spread, I used the Moonstruck collection to document a photo of… well, the moon! I decided to play around with my camera back in January and see if I could get a good photo of the moon with my tripod. After several shots, I was successful! I knew I wanted to document the photo with the Moonstruck collection, but I had not decided how I wanted to use it on a layout. Then I discovered Traveler’s Notebooks and I knew this would be a perfect way to document the photo.
I like to use the same techniques and elements in my Traveler’s Notebooks as I do on my scrapbook layouts. The major difference is heavier, bulkier embellishments. I like to work with the flatter embellishments in my TN, to keep the pages from being weighted down. If I want to use machine stitching, I stitch my embellishments before adhering them inside the TN. I typically like to cover one side of the TN spread with a patterned paper and then add my photo to the other page.
If you’re a planner girl or thinking about getting started with a planner, check out the Traveler’s Notebook trend. It’s a fun way to keep all of your memories together or keep up with all of the things you have going on in your daily life!