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Travel Time Card

Hi everyone ! Eunice here from The Little Things ! I created a quick little card or journal to either keep or give as a card for a reminder of some travels or you can use any theme you want !  I made this using a vintage tiny folder , but you can create one from card stock also in any color you want !! I  first stamped my little folder with stamps ( any theme you choose ) !

The photo above has one of my favorite stamps from AP , can be found here ! You can create any word you want with this set ! The bird is here !  I took a manila tag and glued an image on it , again , you can use any image that will go with your theme !  
I used one of my vintage maps and cut out the shape of my tag , then cut a slit so it will reveal your hidden image underneath ! You can "roll" the triangles a bit and distress with inks to age and distress if you like !
The above photo is using collage sheets with travel theme, I also attached a little tag with adorable suitcase's and used a brad for one of the wheels to add interest ! I attached the tag using a favorite lightbulb saftey pin , they are so adorable !!
 Using stamps ,and tissue tapes ect on the inside for a place to write your note !I used spray mist to add color on the folder front and back and lightly on the inside. You can also use a blending tool and stamp pad if you don't have spray mists !
On the back I added another image from the collage sheet !
Hope you have a creative day !!


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