One of the DIY gifts I made this year was a travel journal for a sister who is hoping to take a trip to Scotland next year. I designed these printable pages to go in the book I made for her, and I've decided to share them on here too.
The pages were designed to fit in a half-sized binder (I ordered this one), which I thought would give my sister a lot of freedom to rearrange the journal to her liking. The pages can be cut apart on the line, and the left-hand pages can be hole-punched and placed directly in the book. The right-hand pages can be put in page protectors (here) and the backside can be used to store memorabilia. You can also use pockets like these or this for memorabilia or make your own out of envelopes. A mini 3-hole punch can be found here. I'd also recommend adding a pencil pouch for pens and such. The free journal file also includes 2 possible journal covers. You can use mine or make your own.
So, here's what I did for my sister's journal:
So, there it is. I trust you found something helpful.
Resources I Used:
- Scottish prayer and dictionary
- travel photo challenge
- Farkle game
- Disney "Would You Rather" game
- passport envelope (resized)
- tangram challenge
- Tinkerbell tic-tac-toe
- oversized sleep mask pattern
To download my free printable travel journal, click here.
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