Hello everyone!! Kymona here to show you how to create your own traveler’s notebook insert using Altenew Reflections Scrapbook Collections pattern paper.

Let’s take a look:

reflections scrapbook collection

Traveler’s Notebook has taken the crafting world by storm in the last couple of years. Everyone has one or wants to get one.  The inserts are so darn cute and come in a range of different sizes and styles.

When I look at at the pattern paper in the Reflections Scrapbook Collection, they are perfect for inserts.

Let me show you how to create one and then show you the inside. Lets go:

  • Depending on the size of your traveler’s notebook cover size, your inserts need to fit inside of that.
  • My insert cover is cut to 8.50 x 9.25. The pages inside are cut a tad bit smaller on the width size. That’s because when you stack the pages inside one another, they will look longer then the cover.
  • Once all of the pages are cut, put them inside of one another and get ready to staple them.

reflection scrapbook collection

  • Staple your pages in three places: the top, middle and bottom.  Make sure to staple from the outside in.  (I made a mistake and staple it the wrong way and had to pull it apart.  That is why you see the holes above.)

Take a look at the stapled book.

reflection scrapbook collection

Look at how easy that was!! Now you can use the scrapbook paper from the Reflection Scrapbook Collection to create your TN inserts.

Let’s take a look at how I decorated my insert:

I used the stickers and enamel dots to decorate the cover of the TN insert.

reflection scrapbook collection

For the first page, I used Capture Moments Stamp Set to so some simple stamping. Then I added some enamel dots to add color to the page.

capture moments stamp setFor these pages, I used the Halftone Circles Stamp Set, the Let the Wind Carry You Stamp Set, the Warm Sunshine Ink Pad and the stickers from the Reflection Scrapbook Collection.

Halftone Circles Stamp SetI love how this traveler’s notebook is turning out.  What do you think? Would you consider creating your own traveler’s notebook inserts? Let me know below.

Thanks for stopping by!