18 ways to store souvenirs from your travels and tripsPictolic
We all love to keep mementos from our trips, but why keep them in a dark dresser drawer when you can proudly display your memorabilia?
So, you are a traveler and love to explore new places, bask on picturesque beaches or wander through historical sites. You have your portraits against the background of the most famous sights of the world, a lot of other memories and, of course, souvenirs. Souvenirs from trips can be very different — someone just needs a photo, and someone collects certain things from different places. Coins, key rings, magnets, even air and railway tickets and stamps from old foreign passports-everyone has their own "fad". But usually all this is gathering dust in some box or carefully stored in the family cache, so that you can occasionally get a collection and remember the old days. Well, it's time to end this boredom! Show off souvenirs from your trips! And you can do this in a variety of ways.
Use your travel photos to make a massive collage on your wall.
Or you can simply choose one of the best pictures and print it on the canvas.
A photocopy of old air and railway tickets on colored cardboard can be inserted into the frame and decorate the interior with them.
Something similar can be done with stamps in the passport from past trips.
You can make signed souvenir boxes from your favorite places.
Turn a travel photo into a vintage polaroid shot.
Use the map drawn in chalk and paint over the places you have already visited.
Turn old cards into lovely garlands.
Or you can embroider your route on the map.
If you collect coins from different countries, then in the end you should make such an interesting panel out of them.
Or panels with key rings from different countries.
Or from mugs…
You can put sand and shells in transparent jars.
Create a "box with memories", where you can put all sorts of memorable trinkets.
You can use your printed vacation photos to create a calendar for the next year.
Use the rack to store souvenirs from your trips.
Or mark the places you went to on the map using photos taken at the same place.
Use the scrapbooking technique to create a memorable album with photos from your trip.