Who knew I would be so excited to document a photo of an airport. It's been such a long time since I've been to one, but hope to be back to traveling soon enough.
Today's process video again features my HTKAKWKS traveler's notebook kit that I've been working with all month long. There is just something so satisfactory of having the perfect supplies to match your photos, especially when they are older! Join me throughout the process in the video below.
I can't remember the last time I took a picture of an airport. I've seen MCO (Orlando) so many times that I think the awe of your home airport surely wears off. The airport I visited in Montana was a completely different experience. By far the smallest airport I have been to, I wanted to capture a photo of the exterior knowing that two rooms away was where I would have to board my flight to leave in less than a week.
There is nothing more summer than getting ready to go on vacation. Although I haven't been in an airport in well over a year, the thought of doing so is riveting. The travel bug is back for me and I can't wait to figure out what my next adventure will be and to bring you all along. One day I hope to make it back to Montana, but we shall see what's in the cards. The epitome of summer for me is the airport and the endless destinations it can lead to. A magical place when you really think about it.
This page features one of my favorite types of clusters. A strip of washi tape layered with a label and accented with themed embellishments! It's a clean and simple base, but the additional embellishments make my maximalist style heart so happy!
I hope you enjoyed another trip down memory lane with me to Montana. If you missed it, check out the second Montana Travel Diary here! A nice visual breath of fresh air for those of us missing traveling dearly.
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As always, thanks for stopping by! If you are looking for more traveler's notebook inspiration check out my playlist here!