Source: My daughter's idea
By Cheryl from NW OH
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If you don't want to put bulky items in your scrapbook, scan them and cut them out. My daughter did this with some game coins, and some Mexican coins, from our cruise earlier this month.
Tips from the ThriftyFun community about collecting items for your travel scrapbook. While on vacation, pick up free brochures advertising 'things to do' in that area - and then correlate them with your photos for that vacation page.
For our 10th year Wedding Anniversary, my husband and I took a romantic vacation to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. I like to pick a theme for each event's scrapbook or section. For this one, I used a map of Mexico that I had saved out of a National Geographic insert.
When you go on a vacation, be sure to collect any informational flyers, brochures or postcards about the places you visit. This is an easy way to display a schedule of events, amenities or background information on your scrapbooking page.
These pages were based on a trip we took to a resort called the Kalahari. Everything there had a Safari theme, so I made sure the scrapbook pages reflected that. The key to any good scrapbook page is layering.