Throwback Thursday – Are We There Yet? Travel Scrapbook Page

Angela Shetzer3 Photos, Blog, Close To My Heart, Double Page Layout, Inks, Stickers, Summer

Today, I will be sharing a travel scrapbook page with you on Throwback Thursday.  Who does not love to capture their travel memories? Throwback Thursday is our weekly post showing past layouts and giving tips and techniques to capture your memories.

The following travel scrapbook page features a great TRAVEL COLLECTION called Are We There Yet? from Close To My Heart.  There are still a few products from this line available in my online shop.

This layout is a double page scrapbook layout and focuses on our 2007 road trip travels of the Peloponnese peninsula of Greece. I included 3 photos plus a memorabilia item which was the business card of where we stayed in Momenvasia.

TECHNIQUE TIP: Inks – Use ink on the edges of your pieces of layout (paper, stickers, etc) to create more depth and interest in your layout without adding a lot of bulk and additional layouts.

TITLE: Are We There Yet? July 14, 2007

Double page – 3 photo plus memorabilia – Travel Scrapbooking Layout using Are We There Yet?


  • Are We There Yet Scrapbook Workshop Kit (Out of stock)
  • Papaya Ink & Cardstock (Close To My Heart)
  • Sapphire Ink & Cardstock (Close To My Heart)
  • Glacier Ink (Close To My Heart)
  • Buildable tags thin cuts (Z4106 Close To My Heart)


  • Bluebird
  • Honey Butter
  • Glacier
  • Linen
  • Sage
  • Sapphire
  • Toffee
  • Papaya
  • White Daisy

JOURNALING: We drove from Nafplio to Momenvasia on the southeast coast. Momenvasia was an amazing walled medieval city and we explored it for the rest of the evening. The upper city was a vast area of ruins with the exception of the Church of Agia Sofia which was actually still in use.

Here are closeups of both pages:

Page 1 of Are We There Yet?


Page 2 of Are We There Yet?

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