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Use stackable boxes for the souvenirs, brochures, photos, ticket stubs, etc you pick up on travels. With Cool fonts & colors, these would look great mixed in on shelves & would give an organized, accessible place for your memories.

how to handle all the stubs etc. on my travels! This would make scrapbooking the trip much easier. Right now...I use the plastic ziplock bag method. Every city gets a ziplock..tada

I love this style of scrapbooking. Might change to this, Im sure to get more done when Im not worrying about embellishments and the right papers!

#disney #scrapbook #layout...this is cute but I have a feeling there will NEVER be an end....maybe just on inside cover of book. ;)

The act of SMASHing into a journal is seriously addicting! I guarantee you that after you’ve completed your first SMASH page or project, you will never again leave a restaurant without nabbing a coaster or business card, depart from a theme park without a ticket stub, or throw away tags and labels from new clothes.

This is a great DIY smash book that the creator used to document an entire month out of her life! It is filled with every piece of paper from that month, and it is truly awesome!- RRM

Martha Stewartfrom Martha Stewart

Map Scrapbooks

How to use a map to make envelopes and photo corners for a traveling scrapbook page.