One way I like to do that, is to create some super simple pages in my Traveler's Notebook. All of these pages took me less than 10 minutes but I used up a bit more of my kits and got those stories down on paper!
This first page couldn't really get any more simple. I trimmed down two 6x8 papers and stuck them to each side of my spread. I glued down my photo on the bottom right and then created my journaling using the Little Things stamp set. I love using stamps to guide my journaling like this. Otherwise, I might never think to document these things!
This photo was very dark and grainy so I converted it to black and white and then used that as a theme for the page. Luckily, that "sipping" die cut worked in perfectly for a title!
Again, I trimmed down two 6x8 papers but this time I torn one of the off cuts to create a coordinating strip down the right hand side. Before I stuck everything down, I ran the trimmed piece through my typewriter to add my journalling. I then added my photo, the die cut title and a few puffy stickers.
I made this last page by trimming down one more piece of 6 x 8 paper and then adding it with an off cut from my first page to create a stripe of colour on the left.
I created a title with those cute wood veneer pieces and some alphas. I don't normally use wood veneer in my notebooks but this was the last page and it didn't matter how bulky I made it! I added a couple of stamps from the Badge Maker stamp set, my photo and my story and called it done!