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Love the map paper and circle of embellishments! Lovely! I could use my Epiphany tool to make small photo buttons . . .

Love the map paper and circle of embellishments! I could use my Epiphany tool to make small photo buttons .

Inspired by Art | Scraptastic Club #scrapbook #travel #Layout

On Our Way by Katie_Rose. A brilliant scrapbook layout to save those travel memories - I love the angle of the planes and the coloured strips (i'm thinking lines of ribbons would be cool too.

Richele Christensen: Travel Blueprint stamp http://californiaartgirl.blogspot.com/2013/02/enjoy-journey-card.html#

Card - Travel Blueprint stamp - by Richele Christensen, California art girl (tutorial)

Venice 2011 : Gallery : A Cherry On Top Nice layout and room for lots of pics

7 photo 1 page scrapbook layout Venice

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travel washi tape in different size. washi tape con cartine geografiche in misure diverse

Title Page for Travel Album …

more than 1 vacation site idea

And we're off..... -- nice way to connect two countries that don't fit together on the map well without a bit of cutting and pasting.

Nice way to connect two countries that don't fit together on the map well without a bit of cutting and pasting.

Centaur with Amor (Eros), Roman marble copy of Hellenistic original, 1st–2nd century AD (original 2nd c. BC)

Centaur with Amor (Eros), Roman statue, marble copy of Hellenistic original, century AD (original c. BC) at Musée du Louvre, Paris.

Aphrodite Eros and Pan Sculptural group with Aphrodite repelling Pan with her sandal and the help of Eros. Paros in the Hellenistic Era (circa 100 BCE). . National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece. www.Ancient-Greece.org

Aphrodite Eros and Pan Sculptural group with Aphrodite repelling Pan with her sandal and the help of Eros. Paros in the Hellenistic Era (circa 100 BCE).

Atlas ("Farnese") holding up the celestial sphere, Roman statue (marble), copy after Hellenistic original, 3rd century AD? (original 2nd c. BC), (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples).

Atlas ("Farnese") holding up the celestial sphere, Roman statue (marble) Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples.