Hope you had an amazing holiday today! I woke up pretty restless this morning. I wanted something to do, but didn't want to work on anything I had to do...Go figure....So, I decided to pull out some chipboard and paper and make some travel wallets for my travel pals.
An Airport Travel Wallet...Now I know there are all kinds of really cool travel wallets out there, but I wanted to make one that I would really use. Just something to use in the airport to keep everything I need in one place. My passport, my drivers license, a credit card, a little cash for tips and my airplane tickets. Once again all in one convenient wallet....Well I went to work on it...Here's what I came up with this afternoon.
Please excuse the pictures as everything is packed up right now and I had to use my cell phone and an old white waffle shower curtain for a background. LOL!
The outside pretty unadorned so that I can pull it in and out of my satchel. The Tim Holtz Idea-ology Compass Coin attached to a strap. Behind the coin some Velcro to keep it closed/
Sorry a blurry picture....The wallet opened.
On the left, a pocket that holds a passport. A little strap attached to the top slips under the smaller strap keeping it closed.
The right side of the wallet. This side has a place for a driver's license, credit card, cash and an accordion pocket for tickets and such. The front flap holds everything in place securely and a top flap folds over it with another strap closure.
The Credit Card/Drivers License Pockets.
The credit card pocket folds out of the way to a side where you can add some bills for tips.
The accordion pockets for tickets, extra cash or receipts.
The Wallet Opened Up...
Well that's the wallet. Hope you like it and can find some inspiration from it...Have an awesome week!
The Gentleman Crafter