Earlier this week, my mum donated her old scanner to me. I've never owned a scanner before, so I find this very exciting! I thought I'd start off by scanning in my favourite travel-related tickets - the ones I like the look of the most. It's nicer when things look to have some thought put into how they're designed, because they make for the best souvenirs. I don't have anything so aesthetically pleasing from Sardinia, Greece, Belgium or Ireland - but maybe I didn't go to the right places.
Granted, some of these don't look too fancy, but because they're so different to tickets here, they seem more exciting. Like the handwritten train ticket from Latvia, for example. And anything Cyrillic.
Do you hold onto all your tickets? If so, what have you done with them? My nanna thinks I should create a travel scrapbook (she's really into scrapbooking), and I have found one with an old map of Europe on the front, so I'm quite tempted. At the moment, they're all just in a folder in box, which is a shame.
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