|I bring along a very small address book I made -- and I like to wind washi tape on gift cards I pick up....a fun and easy way to bring a variety of tape without a lot of bulk in your travel bag.|
with labels, stamps, washi on cards tucked inside...
|This is a tiny plastic case I picked up in Chinatown and on a road trip I will tuck some tiny rolls of washi inside....|
I generally don't bring rubber stamps -- but I did get a small, cheap set of ABC stamps that I am going to bring next time....
|You've gotta have a great travel journal, right? And these are my favorites....|
|I like the paper in these books -- the fountain pens writes beautifully on them and I like the way you can tie them closed....and you can paste stuff on the covers too.|
You can order them in various sizes from Dick Blick. I like the 9x11 size best.
I recommend tucking in a few little snacks or treats inside your bag too. You never know when you might need one, especially on a plane. They don't give you much at 30,000 feet anymore!
|Travel pouches by C.S. in NYC|
|For plane trips, I usually pack this Blue Q pouch since I know I can buy another one if the need arises. And zip-lock bags are the BEST. You can see what you've got in them and they seal and are very lightweight. But I bet you already knew that.|