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Do you travel with supplies to create with?

When you travel do take your creativity with you?  

I love to have things to work on during down time when I travel.  I was visiting my father, who is an architect, this past July. One day I sort of took over his drafting table!
 Just in the planning stages of my cards in these pictures!

Some of the supplies in my travel kit:
Altered Pages Collage Images
Craft Clock
Leaky Shed Gears
Glitz Paper Pack
Stella Wink
Scissor
Ribbon
Brads
Ink
Stamps 
Small emblishments
Dew Drops
Foam dots 
Tacky Glue
Glue Stick
During my visit, my father came up with few things that I could use in my card making. Here is a box of stamps that he had used to create landscapes on his drawings. Below I used one of the stamps to create the background on my ballon card.
The Ballon on this card is from the Altered Pages Collage Sheet Steampunked Machines.  Also from Altered Pages is a gear from Leaky Shed Watch Parts.  

The collage image on the second card is from Altered Pages.  Also from Altered Pages is the Craft Clock Face,  the background paper is from a Glitz 6x6 paper pack.

Create whenever and where ever!!!
Finish your summer with a creative BANG!

Comments

  1. I LOVE that first card so much Lyneen!!! And how cool is it that your dad had those stamps?! I usually take my watercolor crayons & a mixed media book wherever I travel - light & easy! TFS!

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    1. My Dad was pretty excited to see me use the stamp!!!! Great to idea the watercolor crayons!

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  2. These are just terrific - not only lovely - but how terrific that your father had supplies for you to use!

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    1. Everywhere I looked in his room I saw things that I could possibly use... I didn't tell or he would have given them to me!!! LOL!

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  3. I really enjoyed this post. Not too long ago I posted my on the go bag on my blog-anyone interested can read it here:
    http://www.thepaintedcrane.com/1/post/2013/07/ready-set-go-pack.html

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