Scrapbook Page Designs That Can Capture Your Trip's Itinerary | Get It ScrappedIt can be difficult to capture all of the important details of your latest vacation on a single page or spread. To do so, you might have to get a little creative with your scrapbook page design.

Our team has made travel pages with 5 or more photos while also including the trip’s itinerary. See how they did it!



Lynn Grieveson says, “On Christmas night at the end of last year we flew to China and from there to Europe, then back home through the US. It was definitely a bit of a marathon. I am making a whole album of the trip, but also wanted a summary page for DD’s chronological album.”

“I managed to get a photo from each of the main places we visited, and bookended them with photos of her about to board the plane and then on the plane coming home. I used glass buttons with arrows to direct through the photos in the order of the trip and to reinforce the theme of moving and traveling. The GO and STOP buttons visually and thematically ground the page. I didn’t need much room for journaling since the full story is told in the travel album, but by journaling onto the photos, or beneath them, I managed to include the details of the trip. The clock transfer adds to the theme of an itinerary, combined with the GO button.”

“I feel like the page has all the information I want on a summary page – but it would have been easy to extend the design to a two page spread if I wanted. I enjoyed this approach, especially the sense of movement through the photos and the freedom of not having to choose or design around a focal photo.”

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Round the World by Lynn Grieveson | Supplies: My Own Here and Now Transfers, Never Stop Elements, Find Peace paper and Cherish Kit from The Lilypad. Fonts: Babette and Thankful Script


Nicole Mackin says, “This page is the title/ itinerary page for our Disneyworld 2016 vacation scrapbook.”

“I used one 2″ x 2″ photo for each day of the trip and journaled about the main activities for that day next to the appropriate photo. Because there were so many photos and words on the page, I kept embellishment very simple. I love that this will provide an overall look at our trip. It will be a great entrance to an album full of the individual stories.”

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Disneyworld 2016 by Nicole Mackin | Supplies: Cardstock: Colorbok; Glimmer Mist: Tattered Angels; Color Shine: Heidi Swapp; Jewels: Unknown; Thickers: American Crafts; Pen: Ilustrated Faith by Bella Blvd.


Stefanie Semple says, “This is an overview of a cruise hubby and I took around Europe in 2013.”

“I have hand-cut circles on the left that highlight trip stops. On the left–as background–is a faded and blended photo of violas from a sidewalk in Amsterdam. This photo blends with patterned paper to create a seamless cover for the album. I like that it is an overview. I love multi-photos and sharing details in my journaling, whereas this acts as a glimpse into the trip. I will most definitely add to it. Each stop on the cruise will get its own double page and then additional event pages as needed for outings and people we met.”

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Sail Away by Stefanie Semple | Supplies: Lynn Grieveson Designs: Light me home; Scrapping with Liz: Fun Circles Template; Mommyish : Bevelled Leather styles for Title on Nightingale font.


Shanna Hystad says, “This page tells the story of a recent girls’ weekend to Chelan, WA which is known for its fabulous wines.”

“I wanted to tell the story in a timeline format, and I needed the full length of my page to incorporate the events of each day.  To start, I printed a photo of our wine glasses directly on my background paper along with my timeline journaling.  I added heart embellishments to indicate the days we were there and used pink gems to show the events that day.”

“The pink thread was perfect to represent my timeline. The photos here are the ones that tell my story the best, not necessarily my favorite photos of the weekend.  This is a great approach to summarize a trip into one page.  I prefer to use this type of layout for a title page rather than to represent an entire trip.  There are many more stories that I still want to tell about our weekend away but this is a great start.”

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Girls Weekend by Shanna Hystad | Supplies: Paper- Dear Lizzy (Summer breeze), Pink Letters-Pink Paislee (fashion script), Gold Letters & hearts- American Craft Thickers (dream), Sunglasses-cut from My Minds Eye (My Story) journal card, pink embroidery thread, Font-Riesling


Terry Billman says, “Our First Journey captures the places we visited on our first extended vacation after my husband retired last year.”

“Three pairs of photos in a columnar format illustrate each place we visited in the order of the trip. The corresponding journaling is placed over a blended photo and centered in the layout. I framed the page with brushes of each state we traveled through on this journey.  I particularly liked the idea of a single page providing a summary of our trip and the many places we visited. This layout will be an introductory page to my vacation album. The album will contain more detailed pages about different activities and specific places visited in each city.”

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Our First Journey created by Terry Billman| Anna Aspnes: Art Play Solids Adventure, Art Play Palette Cuisine, 12 X 12 Artist Edge 6, Mini Dots 1, Multi Media Hearts 2, Labeled USA, Word Label Templates 3; Katie Pertiet: Heart Pebbles 3, Golden Chevrons 1; Just Jaime: Story Teller April 2014, Story Teller November 2014


Kelly Sroka says, “We recently attended a horse show in beautiful Lexington, Virginia. I have lots of pictures from the trip. In order to document the beautiful scenery as well as give an idea of what we did during the weekend, I made a two-page spread.”

“On the left, is a large photograph showcasing the beauty of the show grounds and surrounding area. On the right, are several 3″ x 4″ pictures that portray things we actually did at the show. I like this approach of mixing a large photograph with several small ones in order to capture the feel of the entire weekend.”

“Because I have so many pictures and a sizable amount of journaling, I used only white cardstock, washi tape, and a limited number of embellishments on the page. The two-page format allowed me to capture the whole trip in one spread.”

Scrapbook Page Designs That Can Capture Your Trip's Itinerary | Kelly Sroka | Get It Scrapped

Lexington by Kelly Sroka | Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzil; Letter stickers: American Crafts; Die cuts: Pink Fresh Studio; Pearls: Doodlebug Design; Twine: Recollections; Washi tape: Freckled Fawn