Thursday, September 18, 2008

Travel Document Wallet:

Last week, my Mother asked me if I could organise some travel so she could come and visit the kids, Jas and I in the NT toward the end of next month. My Mum struggles a little when it comes to booking flights etc over the Internet, so I was happy to do this for her and I printed out all her travel documents.

I then decided to make up a cute little itinerary from her 'family agent' - it was sort of a little joke while still having fun on my part. So, now with my pseudo professional travel agent front, I decided to follow through fully, and made her this cute little Travel Document Wallet to pop all her tickets etc into. I based the design on the document wallets we use at my 'real' job.

I've water-coloured the flowers in Purely Pomegranate and Wild Wasabi, and I've also pierced around the edge on the front of the wallet. The ribbon ties to hold everything inside, and the interior has a sort of half sleeve so the documents don't fall out of the bottom or the side of wallet.

Here's the inside:

Supplies:
* Birthday Best Stamp Set.
* Soft Subtles Textured 12x12 (Blush Blossom), Basic Gray, Whisper White and Purely Pomegranate Cardstock. Holiday Harmony DSP.
* Basic Gray, Purely Pomegranate and Wild Wasabi Stamp Pads.
* Basic Gray Taffeta Ribbon. Word Window Punch, Photo Corners Punch, Mat Pack, Piercing tool, Stampin' Dimensionals, Basic Black Marker, Glue Dots & Pretties Kit.

6 comments:

Sharon said...

What a great idea Nerine! I'm sure your Mum will love it.

Mel Hanlon said...

Wow, what a great idea! Aren't you a talented little thing!

Tegan said...

It really does look amazing Nerine!
That SU! set is so diverse, and love how you have found yet another way to use it!

Chrissie said...

Too cute... maybe you should try marketing them to "real" travel agents! You could make a killing!!! LOL

thestampspot said...

What a nice idea Nerine, I'm sure your mum will love it.

:) Marcia

Kathryn Mangelsdorf said...

I am just so amazed at the ideas I get checking out people's blog site. What a great idea, have not seen this ever before. I have been to Queensland and had to do all the arrangements myself and now I am planning a trip to Melbourne for work but don't get excited about organising all the details. I would love for someone to prepare it for me in such a delightful way.