Travel Scrapbook Layouts
You can "double mat" your photos all the same to give them a uniform look. Try this! Use different letter stickers to spell out words. Make sure they are about the same size and match the layout in color. This works great especially when you are down to the last few letter stickers and can't spell anything out with them.
I first made a "patchwork" background with different patterns and colors that all matched. Then I added the matted photos on top. I love to use solid square tile stickers to line a side of my layouts. Try this! Take a small frame and frame it around a small subject in a large photograph. It will draw focus to the person in the picture and add something extra to your layout.
I made a U.S. history travel scrapbook to show all of the historical places I have been in the United States. I made a title page for each state I visited and the layouts about that state followed. Try breaking your scrapbook down into "chapters" (children's grade levels, holidays, family members, etc.) and make a title page for each one.
Save your keepsakes from your trip ie. ticket stubs, postcards, programs, business cards, fliers, etc. You never know, you might be able to them in your layout. Try this! If on a tour you are not allowed into certain rooms or do not allow photography, check out the gift shop for postcards and find the picture you were not able to take inside. Pretty sneaky, huh?!