This was our last day in Taipei before flying home and since we were pretty tired after a month of traveling here and there, we decided to keep things relaxed and low-key. I had done some Googling and found out that Huashan 1914 Creative Park was near our hotel, so we headed there after checking out.
I like how bright and happy this spread is. I used cards from both the Pop Art Project Life kit and the Haring add-on, as well as some washi tape from my stash.Haring with Kelly Purkey's Bedford alpha stamps. I really liked the bold contrast of this font with the yellow background.
Since it was the weekend, this place was buzzing with activity. There were lots of temporary exhibits, pop-up shops, and cafes in the area, and we enjoyed spending our time wandering and looking around. I printed out some of my favorite photos from here and this turned out to be one of my favorite spreads in my whole album.
Since I didn't bring my instax camera with me on my trip (I have the instax mini 50s but didn't want an extra camera to carry around), I printed out a few photos at home with my instax share printer. I love this little printer. I finally used my (hoarded) pack of polka dotted instax film too and this page just makes me happy.
I wanted to do a little bit of layering on one of my journaling cards. This subtle airplane striped card is from my Wander no.1 printable cards and on top of it, I stapled a Kelly Purkey sticky note + a fuschia pink label. There was a lot of empty space in my photo beside this card, so I used a circle sticker from an old SC add-on (Lauren) right on the photo.
One of the temporary exhibits happening at Huashan 1914 Creative Park was celebrating Miffy's 60th anniversary. I'm a kid at heart, so we went to check it out.
Shoreditch is one of my favorite alpha stamps! I also used a couple more stamps from KP's Love List kit.Wander Elements no.2.
We decided to go to Taipei Main Station after finishing up at Huashan 1914 and I included another MRT stamp on one of my printable cards (from the Wander no.2 cards set).
I added a little ramen sticky note on this card. The sticky note is part of a set that I purchased in Japan. I find the sticky notes super cute and I've been using them a lot in my travel minis :)
It was already late afternoon and we were getting quite tired, so I didn't take a lot of photos by the end of the day. I printed out the few I did have and simply journaled about what we did and how we ended our trip on my Wander Prompt Cards. There is a lot of room for journaling on these cards so I just went to town.instax share printer, and I wanted to include the 'the end' card from my Galileo 4x6 paper pad. It was the perfect way to end this mini album!