Travel Art Kit & Journal

travel art kit
A week ago I decided it was time for a warm getaway for our family. It’s fun to be spontaneous & liven up the monotonous-ity of our routine.  It’s taken me days to get all the clothes packed for our village of children ; ) but it will be worth it! They deserve some undivided attention while Collin and I deserve some sunshine. Collin has been really busy working lately and usually the time we spend together is at the end of the day when we are exhausted. One of the kids lost our comcast remote so we usually just sit on the couch and talk about our days. He plays the ukulele and I fold some clothes or just find a late night snack. SO excited to have some time to play and have fun with our little family.
I loved the travel journals I put together for our Disney adventure & Lake Powell trip that I was excited to gather some supplies for this one. The Disney trip was really busy so I didn’t scrap much but Lake Powell had lots of down time and so will this next one.

travel art kit

Everything fits perfect in the bag that I painted polka dots on. I actually am surprised when it all fits! The roller stamp, stamp pad and book are the only things. I carry everything in a tote bag so it’s fine that there’s a couple loose items. travel art kit

1 bag: wood pieces and small chipboard, cork, plastic accents
2 bag: flair and badges
3 bag: stickers, labels and small alpa stickers
4 bag: stitch able tags and wood accents
5 bag: large stickers, wood pieces
Project life size cards 3×4 and 4×6 cards mostly from my Dear Lizzy polka dot party kit. And some Kelly Purkey cards in there too.
Washi tape
Heart Roller Stamp I designed for AC (similar one)
Dear Lizzy roller date stamp

For the mini album I am using the canvas 6×6 Chipboard album

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wifi photo printer & polaroid camera

 

Selphy printer CP900: The printer is WIFI and I can send photos straight from my phone. Did a video about it here where I list the pros and cons at the end of the quick tutorial. It was a gift from Santa… too bad he didn’t know it came in white too!
Instax: perfect for quick polaroids to add to my pages.

 

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8 thoughts on “Travel Art Kit & Journal

  1. Laura S.

    What a fun little bag of goodies! I always cart a bunch of scrapping stuff on my vacations, but never as cute as this. I see you have a wood smile card with no S. I got one in my pack too.

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  2. Rhonda

    Me and the hubby are escaping to Hawaii in a couple weeks and I’m debating taking a little bit like this to make something while I’m there. (I don’t have a fancy printer though…) This set up makes me want to do it! Looks soooo cute! (And have fun!!)

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