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It's a tricky thing committing to something for so long - and as a Gemini, I know this only too well. Having started blogging on the find...found...forage blog in Dec 2009, it's damn near a record for me. I think the longest job I ever held down was for 2 x years.
So here I am again - newly encouraged - with my latest in hand-made goodness: Passport Covers.
We jet off in less than 4 x weeks to Bali's warmer climes. Having ordered passports for the little people, I just had to find some unique covers in which to house them. The standard issue Blue with Aussie emblem just didn't cut it.
There are a ton of handmade versions out there. Who knew? Well, I had my suspicions.
Here are a few that caught my eye.
I think these gorgeous leather ones are my faves. By Bambina of New York, they are customised for AUD$23.
Never one to shy away from Chevron, the Blue Bobbin makes these cotton travel wallets for near on AUD$20.
Anneeta in New Zealand makes these fabric 2 x passport covers featuring all manner of world travel stamps. Great for couples travelling together or a parent and a child as each hold cover holds 2 x passports. She also does a 4 x passport holder. AUD$25.
A vinyl passport cover using reversible fabric inserts is made by Sew Cosmic for AUD$8. Many fabrics to choose from.
From Bambina again, these passport covers are made from soft lambs leather and have a scalloped edge and vintage jet on the front. They come in a huge range of colours. AUD$23.
Z Zetta have a special on. 3 x passport covers with original painting on leather base for AUD$75. Love a sale.
In the end, I settled for these personalised and cheaper versions from Paper Shay. All four cost me AUD $28.50 incl postage. Saving more money to spend on holiday!