Relive your adventures long after the return trip home! We challenged superstar bloggers to transform their travel photos into a coffee table-worthy photo book. Today, we’re sharing tips from Kate of Domestikated Life. We love how she scanned the tour passes, matchbooks, and postcards collected during her travels! Get a glimpse of her fabulous project, and wait for the wanderlust to set it.

Transform Travel Ephemera into a Scrapbook-Inspired Photo Book

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iPhoneography

iPhone newbies, we got you! We know that a new smartphone can be intimidating (all those apps!) and hard to navigate in the beginning. No fear, we’ve all been there. If you’re a rookie iPhone user (or iPad newbie – a lot of functions overlap), these tried and true photo tips will put you on the path to pro-status in no time.

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If you are like me, at some point you will of had an old brown leather suitcase under the bed, full of old photos. I decided that it was a shame to leave the all of those photos under the bed, however I also didn’t want framed photos all over the house. I decided to create a photo book to treasure those family memories.

Snapfish produce fabulous photo books, I have used them in the past to create wonderful summer holiday photo books, and wondered if I could do the same with these old photos. I decided to scan them in (but you could also photograph them) and although this took a while, the results were far better than I had expected.

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We at Snapfish have come up with three of our best tips on choosing the perfect embellishments to help you create your own unique personalised Christmas photo book. 

TIP 1: Use more than one! 

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Layering a type embellishment over a shape gives your photo book that extra personalised touch! In this example, we have paired a bright yellow “Joy to the world” embellishment with the medallion. The yellow-on-red colour combo really makes the text pop!

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By Michelle from WhatMummyThinks

If you’re anything like me, you will have thousands of photos on your camera or phone and once every 6 months or so, you’ll do a batch of printing but never actually do anything with the prints! I know I’ve got so many photos that I haven’t even put in albums yet but I am making a real concerted effort to actually do more with my photos. With the help of Snapfish, I have created a few ideas that you might like to try out either for yourself or to use as gifts!

The first idea is the most simple; creating a memory book. This idea is something that I started when my husband and I started dating. I used a book he brought me home as a gift from his trip to Bali and then every time we did something or went somewhere I’d add it to the book. It’s got years of wonderful memories in that I can share with my children when they are older.

Be creative with your memories

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fathersday

Make sure all the Dads in your life have prints of themselves with their kids as well as treasured doodles. Highlight favourites in a calendar that starts… in June, of course! Or, get creative and make your own growth chart, with Dad as the marker. Collect the photos in a handy lay flat photo book and see what a difference a few months really make.

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