To my mind there are two different kinds of travel crafts, the ones that remind you of trips and travel when at home, and those that you can bring along with you on your adventures.
Calling all numismatists, intentional or otherwise. All of those leftover coins that are currently languishing forgotten, sticky, and dusty in drawers can have a new lease of life. Wear them, carry them, or display them on your wall
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner today I bring you a round-up of some of my favourite romantic travel inspired craft ideas that you can whip up for the one you love.
Have you made a new year’s resolution? Is it to organize your house and make it look super awesome? Well if it is then making this amazing globe light fixture should be added to your list! How cool is this?!
Travelling to any destination on holiday can be uplifting, inspirational and invigorating. A good holiday can recharge and revitalize, but coming home can be the start of the post-holiday blues. Many people succeed in stopping those blues before they even begin by decorating their home with a travel-inspired theme.
In 15 days from now it will be Christmas, whether you like it or not. I love Christmas and all the tinsel and trimmings that come with it, there isn’t really any other option in my family to be quite honest. We’re all a bit Christmas nutty.
Not all of us are round the world travellers who aspire to carry all of our worldly possessions on our backs. That’s great for some, but I’m a home body and being constantly on the move isn’t something that I’m looking for right now – maybe someday, but not today.
It’s been a while since the last travel craft alert but when I saw this great pattern for a family passport wallet at the blog One Shabby Chick I knew I had to share it!
I come home from every trip I take with pockets full of ticket stubs and subway maps; the ephemera of everyday life. These are my favourite trip mementos, not cheap t-shirts or tacky tat
Millions of black suitcases spin around and around luggage carousels everyday, all looking the same. I regularly wonder how often it happens that the wrong suitcase it picked up and brought home by some poor, unsuspecting individual.