A few weeks ago I read about Ali Edwards' Scrapbook on the Road Workshop. It's on sale right now and you can buy it for only $10. With our upcoming vacation I knew, this is something I wanted to try.
So far I only made minibooks at home after my vacation and with all my supplies on hand. This project is something I never tried before and I have no idea, how it'll turn out. But I do think, that the experience will be awesome.
I didn't create the album before as you'll learn in the class, but I cut some different cardstock (white and kraft) and transparencies to the album size (5.5x7inches) I'm using. I also cut down some chipboard for the front and back of my album. I want to decide what I'll use when I'm working on my album.
A list of all the things I'm taking with me.
- 5.5x7 inches cardstock in white and kraft. (I use the one from Bazzil)
- various sized cardstock in white and kraft (just the leftovers from cutting down my pages)
- two pages of chipboard
- three envelopes
- some tags
- quote printables you'll get with the class
- a few labels I printed on cardstock
- geotag printables
- ampersand and world map printables (older ones from Studio Calico)
- my tiny attacher by Tim Holtz and some refill
- my Pritt Glue Roller and refill
- two book rings to hold my minibook together
- a small hole punch
- various pens and a pencil
- black/white twine
- black/white washi tape
Everything is stored in this clear box I found at a local store.
My goal is to work on my minibook every day. It really is all about documenting everything while you experience it. That is the big difference between doing the minibook on the go instead of doing it at home afterwards.
I will add all photos after my vacation because I only carry my camera and no printer with me. And I don't want to print them every day at a local print shop.