Travel layout – #Travelling Feet

In one of my earlier post on Recording Travel Memories, I shared about how I started a personalised travel hashtag, #taystraveldiary, for my family on Instagram (@Susankoh). This is our family’s unique hashtag for us to record our travel adventures whenever we went for a vacation and so far it has us in Hong Kong and Bali.

This year, I’ve added a new hashtag, #travellingfeet, and added this as a new series to my travel photos. This has also egged me on to be more creative with my photography.

But the thing about photos, is that they sometimes just end up in digital form on the computer, so I took them further by having our travelling feet photos in a layout.

I love the background paper which is from the WRMK Chalkboard collection. I simply trimmed off the bottom of the page and reversed it  to get the text which is so apt for a travel layout. The travel tags are from the WRMK Jet Set collection.

I’ve submitted this layout for my entry to Scrapbook Circle’s Hashtag challenge and this is the first time taking part in a challenge.

My next task to tackle is to finish up my travel journal and a handmade  souvenir from my trip to Bali. Hope you like this ideas on how to make your travel memories more meaningful.


Into memory making? Here are some other travel projects too

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Comments: 4

  1. Ai Sakura June 18, 2014 at 6:23 pm Reply

    Love to take feet photos too haha. It’s great that you’re actually printing the photos and keeping up the effort to scrapbook them 🙂 fantastic way to keep the memories alive

    • Susan June 19, 2014 at 10:18 pm Reply

      I noticed your feet photos too 🙂 I got to start printing my holidays photos from last year and work on my backlog.

  2. Tessa at Scrapbook Circle June 19, 2014 at 9:32 am Reply

    LOVE! What a great story behind the page, too. I need more personalized hashtags in my life :).

    • Susan June 19, 2014 at 10:20 pm Reply

      Yes, it’s fun coming up with personalised hashtags as they are so much more meaningful.

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