3 responses to “Back to basics”

  1. Charisma

    That’s a really cool idea! All my random tickets and brochures have been stuffed higgledy-piggledy in a plastic bag…in the depths of the closet.

  2. Julie E.

    Awesome! I’ve got a good two drawers’ worth of ticket stubs, brochures, etc., myself, and the greatest treasure would be the moleskines I filled while backpacking. I’d love to get around to scrapbooking it some day or writing a book, whichever comes first. Yeah right. Have fun and good luck!

  3. miamired

    Thanks for the encouraging comments, ladies.

    Hey Julie – have you looked into Blurb.com? I went to a free photo workshop in town where they handed out free book coupons from Blurb – but the books had to be submitted within two weeks. So I put my blog posts from Spain (including comments) into book form, along with a bit of editing and more photos. I was impressed with how well it turned out, how quickly it arrived, and even if I had paid more than shipping, I think it would have run $30 or so for a softcover. I keep meaning to post photos of the result…

    In other news, I relented and bought the wooden stapler. And it’s awesome.