Telling Little Travel Stories on Your Scrapbook Pages

When you travel, there are always fantastic pictures and big stories of all the wonderful sights of your trip, but what about the little stories? Your favorite meal. The funny shuttle driver. The churro your son HAD to have.

Churro Boy by Kelli Panique -

My youngest son was obsessed with getting a churro on our trip to Disneyland. Of course, the day I told him he could have one, we didn’t see a churro cart for HOURS! It was all that he wanted that day – even more than riding rides. So, when we finally found an open churro cart it was a BIG deal. Not the biggest story of the trip, but it was a big story to my son. It really captures my son at this age. To him getting a churro at Disneyland is a tradition and he is really in to tradition right now. I even kept the receipt to include on the page. Maybe when he grows up, he will marvel at how cheap churros were back in the day! 😉

For this travel scrapbook page, I was able to use the Jillibean Soup Cold Avocado Soup collection. Back in January, I talked about how versatile this kit was. Today, it was used for travel page, stay tuned for more pages completed with this fab kit. You can pick up this great kit at The Memory Nest.

  • Leslie

    Love what you created. Thanks for sharing the paper again. I finally played with this collection – LOVE IT!!! Hope all is well.

  • Barb Belle Slater

    Love the colors of the papers. CUUUUUTE story! Very clever to keep the receipt 🙂

  • Melissa Starliper

    Love this! I love all your post & ideas. Thanks. I remembered getting yelled at as a kid by the Ice Cream vendor. I almost touched the dry ice. But I had to have a Mickey shaped ice cream. I had to make sure my daughter got a Mickey shaped ice cream when we took her in 2009 to Disney World too. I even told her the story. Lol

  • WendyR

    I love these kind of stories. My family is always amazed I remember these funny little stories and then take the time to document them. But we always enjoy a good laugh when we look back at the pages.