Traveller’s Tin – to journal whilst on holiday
I like tins whether for food items, gifts or stationery! My family often tease me about it but do buy me a lot of presents in tins! Therefore it wasn’t surprising I decided to put all the items for a Traveller’s journal in a tin. It seemed to be the perfect idea to keep it all together on holiday and also ensures you only take the bare necessities with you. (You do scrapbook whilst you are on holiday – please say you do – I’ve always assumed it was a perfectly normal thing to do but lately I’ve realised I might be out there on my own!).
Here is the inside. The Traveller’s notepad fits beautifully on the right side whilst on the left you’ve a pocket to keep your Memories & More cards, stickers, washi tape and pen. Can you spot that the cover of the notepad is laminated to strengthen it?
Best Route suite – perfect for the job
The paper and Memories and More cards are from the Best Route suite. All the papers are gorgeous – it was difficult to decide which to use and of course they are double sided to add even more choices! The Memories and More cards have great sayings on them like “It doesn’t matter where you’ve going , it’s who you have with you”.
The notepad has two binding elastics to keep your plain paper and a couple of folders on.
Make your own Traveller’s Tin at a workshop with me
As a workshop this project takes 2 1/2 hours to 3 hours. A lovely group made them with me yesterday – it was quite intense so tea, coffee, chocolate and singing breaks were needed! However, everyone’s project looked gorgeous.
I’d love to make this with you and a groups of your friends. I travel upto 1 hour from Berkhamsted or come to me. Groups need to be 4 people or more. The cost is £32 per person and includes all the materials for the project.
If you aren’t local but would like a kit I’d be happy to post one to you with written instructions. The cost of a kit is £32 before postage.
Have a great week and I hope to see or speak to you soon.