Yellowstone Travel Journal – Part 2
And the tour through my travel journal for Yellowstone continues…
I’ve added in a few of the 7 Gypsies Postale Index Cards and decided to add in some Yellowstone Note cards I have that are by artist Linda Lillegraven at Big Horn Galleries. I love the idea of looking specifically for artist works in card format to add in to a travel journal. To make them work, I punched the holes and then used a rectangular punch to make them work with the binder. I’m definitely going to keep my eye out for more artwork to include.
The next item in my album is the printout of the reservation confirmation from Xanterra. It’s folded almost in half. By doing this, it’s easy to include full 8.5×11 sheets of paper in the journal. I simply ripped out their logo from a brochure I picked up a couple of years back and just tore out the part I wanted to use. To tape it to the page, I used 7 Gypsies paper tape.
And I added in a chunk of the Field Journaling Notebook Paper (to be available for purchase right here at Field Journaling .com by the end of this month!) to round out the section. As I put all of it together, these pages will be mixed in with the other items entered. Right now they’re just sort of there in general order, but I’ll pull whatever works for wherever it seems to fit.
And another section – again using Marcee Duggar’s Designs to create the digital files for the tabbed divider sections. I have to say her designs print out reliably well and always look great!
Another 7 Gypsies Postale Index Cards – it’s likely more of these will find their way into this travel journal.
I have a couple of stickers I may use, but am waiting to see what other stickers I find on this next trip before deciding which one will find its home here in the center of this Hambly Herringbone Overlay.
I do like the way the colors work with the Old Faithful sticker – and the bears one with the hand out every car entering the park receives with the map and Park newspaper. The oranges work together pretty well, but if I find another sticker I like better, I have no problem moving that warning sheet to elsewhere in the travel journal.
And this section is also rounded out with sheets of Field Journaling Notebook Paper.
Part three to come next week…