Someone from the other thread requested to see the scrapbooked Disney journal/travel binder I made to take on my trip. Wasn't really sure where to post it so here goes! I knew I'd never get around to actually scrapbooking my trip- and all my pictures I mostly keep Digital now anyway- so I wanted a travel binder/planner that could become a keepsake, but also be a smaller version of my own Passporter, with pockets and junk. I also like to write, so I wanted just regular journal pages so I could keep a travel diary while I was there, and make notes for future trips. I bought a 5x7 blank book at Walmart very cheap. Had a nice sturdy cover and blank pages, the binding and type of which my picky writer self would be happy with. But... hello plain!! And I am a huge sucker for the very large scrapbooking store at my local mall. I bought scrapbooking paper I liked, cut it to fit some of the pages. I used the 'covered pages' to divide up sections. Most of these pages I left blank on the way down, and used to make notes on money spent as I was at disney. Some never got used and served merely as section dividers. On one I wrote the park hours and EMH days (only the info I knew would pertain to my plans, not EVERYTHING). I also made pockets out of scrapbooking paper so that i had pockets to hold all sorts of junk. Here are a couple examples of pockets and what I put in them: The one above, on the way down, held my Mousekeeper envelopes and blank cards for just in case. Once I got to Disney I used the pockets to hold Misc. whatnot This next one held cards with my hotel reservation info, trip insurance info, and a card with my budgeting whatnot. Yes I am an overobsessive, overplanning OCD person with the planning, but it makes me happy LOL. This one had a pocket with an envelope to hold all my reciepts-. On the opposite side of the page, I had the google directions from my dad's place at the beach to Disney (I did a split vacation) Then in between all of this, I had blank journal pages that I decorated with stickers. This is where I did my journalling, although I ALSO had a page per day with that day's information: ADRS, Park plans, special events or things to remember.