50 Countries and Counting

Posted on Sep 10, 2015 9:00:00 AM

Hello everyone, Irit here. Our family members are well-known as world travelers. When you live in Israel, each vacation out of the country means getting a plane ticket, but we still manage to see at least two or three new countries each year. So far I have visited 50 different countries. My husband has visited many more, and we still have a lot on our wish list. This layout is about me and my travel addiction. I gathered six photos from five countries we visited in 2014 and one from our vacation within Israel. Since the world is round, I cut all six photos into circles and added the names of all the countries we visited that year.

50 Countries and Counting- Irit Shalom

50 Countries and Counting- Irit Shalom

50 Countries and Counting- Irit Shalom

50 Countries and Counting- Irit Shalom

Products Used:

Paper House Bright and Beautiful Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Nature Paper Pad
Paper House At the Lake Wood Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Orchard Scrapbook Paper
Paper House World Travel 3D Stickers
Paper House Birds 3D Stickers
Paper House Family Portrait 3D Stickers
Paper House Travel Cork'd™ Stickers
Paper House Picture Perfect Cork'd™ Stickers
Paper House Urban SnapShots™ Stickers
Paper House Explore SnapShots™ Stickers
Paper House World Travel Cardstock Stickers
Paper House Happy Moment Rub-On Transfers
Chipboard alpha: Pink Paislee
Ink: Blue - Clearsnap
Glaze: Ranger
White pen, white mist


1. Cut the green Bright and Beautiful paper to 11x11". Ink edges of the blue background paper from the Nature pad with blue ink. Adhere the green paper over the blue one as shown (slightly diagonally).

2. Cut strips from the At the Lake wood paper and the Orchard paper and arrange them vertically on the left side of your page as shown.

3. Cut six photos with a circle cutter or by hand using a template and arrange them over the right side of the page as shown. Add rub-ons over the two lower photos as shown.

4. Add all stickers over the photos. Make the title with blue chipboard letters and connect them with glossy accent to add interest and keep the letters in place.

5. Add handwritten journaling over the brown wood strip with white pen. Add a few white mist drops all over the page.

Thanks for stopping by!

Paper House - Irit Shalom


Posted in Scrapbooking Layouts By Tara Sturm


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