Monday, 29 February 2016

Travel Scrapbooking: Maps, Globes and Paper Planes


This week at Shimelle.com, there are going to be lots of travel-themed projects to inspire!  I'm excited to be sharing a page I made using inspiration from maps and globes: these are a couple of sneak peaks, but to see the full project, plus another page from a guest designer, visit Shimelle.com.

I should probably also mention that CIA stands for County International Adviser (so it's not quite what you think) and means I look after the international side of things in the area where I volunteer with Girlguiding. Basically I help support leaders and girls who are planning or going on international projects.

Plus I also jump at every chance I get to run an international Guiding event!


I had huge amounts of fun making this page as it was my first chance to play with the new Starshine line from Shimelle.  And this line works absolutely perfectly for me: maps, globes, stars, blues, aquas, pinks, and every good thing.  I've got a great pile of travel photos ready to hop onto pages in my album, and I'm very much looking forward to complementing them with a little bit of Starshine!


Kisses xxx

P.S. Happy Leap Year everyone!

4 comments:

  1. I love how you've done the stitching and how you've made the circle patterned paper look like airmail paper!

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  2. OMG love your stitching! Makes me wanna do that on my next layout... perfect with the little hearts! great page, looking forward to see it on Shimelle's!

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  3. Hi Kirsty, your layout is out of this world!! I am so inspired by it!! I have trying to find that map background paper but without sucess... Do you have the name of it? Is it from the Starshine collection from Shimelle? Thanksfor your help.

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  4. Love the stitching! and colors. and title. everything, in other words)

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