Travel Projects Around the Web
Travel season is just around the corner and many of us will be taking trips for a few days or a few weeks. I scoured the web to find some ideas on how to memorialize your trips from short outings to long vacations. I hope you take some time to try out some of these terrific travel projects around the web that show how to save your memories in creative and beautiful ways.
This project comes from Athletes Abroad and is a terrific Idea to display your pictures, tickets and keepsakes. These shadow boxes are perfect for local and long distance trips and allow you to cut the letters form your photos and add your tickets and other keepsakes to remind you of a wonderful vacation or outing friends and family.
If you are going to multiple locations for your vacations think of making a postcard travel journal by collecting a postcard from all of your destinations. Simply punch a hole in the corner of each and add a key ring and you can revisit all of the places of your trip and relive the memories they inspire anytime you want. This terrific idea comes from frecklesinoureyes.com.
Like to visit the beach then this project is for you. Collect sand from all of your destinations and create a jar full of sand. Mark each level with a label for each location. It will be fun to see the varying colors of sand and recall the times you spent at each sunny beach. This idea comes form Daisyanddaydreams.com.
This is a terrific idea from cutcraftcreate.blogspot.com. Frame a map and place photos in the shapes of the states or countries you have visited and pin them to the map. It is as simple as that. Another great way to save your memories in a very personal way.
These terrific kits come from Marthastewart.com. They are super simple to make. Simply purchase the box, paint it and stencil the name of your destination and add your keepsakes to the box and you are ready to store your travel memories in a beautiful easy to manage way.
Make a travel Binder with all of your tickets, menus, photos and other keepsakes. This idea comes from foundpaperco.blogspot.com.