A lot of foreigners visit Norway each year to explore the country, a lot of them the western part with deep fjords, steep mountains and lots of history. My dad lives in this part of the country, so we take a trip over the mountains every second year (I live in the eastern part of the country), a ten hour drive.
This year we extended our trip with a few days to explore of the parts we usually just pass through. And as usual we took lots of photos, 500+. And where do you start to scrap all these photos? It's over whelming...
So I decided to look at our trip from another angel. I decided to do more journaling, and use less photos. I mini version of Norway In A Nutshell (for those of you who doesn't know, this a travel agency specializing in trips that show off the best of the west, in a very time saving way).
The Jenni Bowlin Mini Album from MyScrapbooknook September Kit was perfect.I saved the pages in the kit for my journaling, but used one of them as templetate for the pages with photos on. The design is simple and the same on all pages, giving this mini an uniform look. A doodled line around all the pages makes this mini look well decorated :-)
Please click on the image below, for a better view of the pages.