Tags and Tickets from the Wayfarer Collection

Hello, friends!

Tags are tickets are featured in the Wayfarer Collection, so let’s see how the creative team utilized them in their designs!

 

Traci Reed: Think Outside the Travel Box

There is an almost overwhelming amount of vintage tags and tickets in the memory keeping subscriptions for the Wayfarer Collection and I KNEW that if I didn’t use a lot of them before the Wayfarer Collection got cycled into my stash at the end of the month, they’d disappear into the abyss, so I decided to think outside the travel box!
I had this darling photo of my husband and youngest and as I contemplated using it with the Wayfarer Collection because of the masculine colors, the phrase “no matter how far you go, let my love lead you home” popped into my head and I ran with it!
I layered a ton of the vintage tags to create a background behind my photo – inking each one. It was a process, but was so worth it!
I framed my large title on the other side with some more tickets and a ton of rub ons and the effect was exactly what I envisioned!

Renee Senchyna: London Calling

When I saw all of the fun travel-themed tags and stickers in this month’s Wayfarer Collection, I decided to use the Wayfarer Simple Dori to make an album of all the trips I have made to London, England to visit my daughter.
To create my title on the outside of the book I used the puffy red letters and cardstock stickers from the Wayfarer Classified: Memory Keeping Kit. I used the stamp from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit to stamp the word ‘adventure’. Title Page: I used the ‘Travelogue’ rub-on that came from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit.
Page one: to add some dimension to the left side of the page I used the ‘map’ rub-on from the TNMKK. I printed my journaling on a piece of white cardstock and then added it to my page with a tag from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit and a cardstock sticker from Wayfarer Classified: Memory Keeping Kit. On the right side of the page, I glued down a piece of vellum paper to mute the bright red stripes, then added both photos with cardstock stickers from Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit. I used my computer and clear matte sticker paper to add the date and description of each photo.
Page Two: I used the blue puffy letters from the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit to add my title. I used cardstock stickers from the Wayfarer Traveler’s Notebook Memory Keeping Kit and the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit. To create the flip on the right side of the layout I printed my journaling on a piece of white cardstock, folded it in half, and cut it to size, then added my photo to the top. To create the tab to open the flip I cut one of the tags from the paper that came with the Wayfarer Modern Memory Keeping Kit, folded it in half then stapled it to the photo.  I had so much fun creating the first two pages of my London Travelogue, I am looking forward to getting the rest of it complete.
We love seeing how you are using all the fun tags and tickets from the Wayfarer Collection so make sure to share with us by tagging @cocoa_daisy on social media or posting to the Cocoa Daisy Fan Page. Make sure to visit our Pinterest page and the Cocoa Daisy YouTube Channel for more inspiration.

Best,

Rachel, Creative Team Blog Coordinator


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