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I did a Passport. You can make it have as many pages as you want... mine had 6 pages, so 14 front and back including the covers. They are small, mail nicely, very impressive when done and I love that they go with the theme and won't take up a lot of room for the guests when traveling. If you want details on how to do it, just let me know. They can be a little time consuming, but soooo worth it.

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I had lots of threads bookmarked with pre-travel brochures. Here are some of them with templates attached:












Hope this helps you out!

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Hi Erin,


I did mine the inexpensive way... I bought navy blue card stock, used a scrabooking corner punch to round the edges, used gold ink and stamps to decorate them with our names, etc. and then laminated them. Then I bought light blue, watermarked paper, but you can get any kind and cut them the same size as the covers and corner punched them as well. I pre-printed what I wanted on the paper and just layed them all together, folded to make a seam in the center and then stapled them in the crease. It turned out soooo cute.


I used my passport as a template and even drew the square grids on the pages and put the different stuff inside. There was a template on here at one point for a passport but I think it was a little fancier than mine. People still talk about those passports today, lol.

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