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Passport covers for family vacations !

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 Ok so this is the time of year where I am thinking about all the reasons why people should buy 11:11 stuff! One of my favorite things is when people buy passport covers for group trips. Sometimes its a mom buying a passport cover for her husband and their 2.5 kids, and other times its a group of friends going on vacation together. I've even had people give passport covers as little gifts for destination weddings! Anyhow, I am going to illustrate some great choices the first of these scenarios , below.

 Some classics recommended for Moms:

 the Exotic Bird Passport Case

exotic bird passport case

or this:

the Chrysanthemum Passport Case

Chrysanthemum passport case


A few real cool picks for Dads:

the Airplane Pilot Cockpit Passport Cover

Airplane cockpit passport case

or this

the Ocean Currents Passport Case

ocean currents map passport case

My top recommendations for Brothers :

the T-Rex Dino Passport Cover

t rex dino passport case

or this

the Jet Airliner Passport Cover

jet airliner passport cover


My favorite picks for Sisters :

the Cactus Flower Passport Cover

cactus flower passport cover

or this

the Butterfly Art Nouveau Passport Case

butterfly art nouveau passport case


BON VOYAGE!






3 comments

  • www.raccianello.it: July 03, 2015

    {great|wonderful|interesting|nice post.
    One of the most characteristic villages that I visited in Tuscany is San Gimignano, nearVolterra. I stayed there during my last holiday in Tuscany, in a farmhouse really beautiful. There was a restaurant and a swimming pool overlooking sille towers. It’s called Farm Raccianello and both me and my girlfriend really enjoyed it.
    www.raccianello.it http://www.raccianello.it/

  • www.pievedisanmartino.it: July 01, 2015

    Wow,
    Beautiful post. I was in Tuscany last summer and I visited Chianti, Siena, Florence and San Gimigano.
    I slept in a farmhouse in Colle Val di Elsa with pool and a beautiful garden nestled in the Tuscan countryside.
    The farmhouse’s name was Pieve di San Martino.
    www.pievedisanmartino.it http://www.pievedisanmartino.it/

  • Keneth: October 20, 2013

    Awesome! Passport covers creativity and designs its very eye catching. Thumps up!

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