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I'm trying to get ideas on how to display and store my souvenirs from all my travels without my house looking like a cluster! I have postcards (hundreds!), magnets, and random trinkets from our travels.


What do you collect and how are you displaying/storing your souvenirs?

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A few ideas... Anything flat, like post cards you could scrapbook.


Other items you can display in shadow box frames, which you can get at any craft store. I also saw someone with a shadowbox type coffee table in their living room that they could display stuff under. But you have to be careful how you display so it doesn't look too cluttered!

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We have a scrapbook for all of our "flat" stuff like tickets, postcards, etc. We collect many things from our travels, including Hard Rock souvenirs, which we have displayed on 6 large bookcases in our basement.

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