"Admit One" or "Tickets Please!" Shadow Box DIY Project! Just buy a shadow box frame, cut a slit in the top, and every time you go to a movie, event, or any place that has a ticket, drop it in the box when you get home! A cool way to keep memories, and you can decorate it any way you like! :)

As much as I do not like being a “pack rat” I have never had it in me to throw away the movie tickets my husband and I have seen since the day we started dating in 2000, so I naturally fell in love...

Shadow box your travel itinerary - ticket stubs, currency, maps, pictures

Put a picture of the beach you visited in a shadow box frame and fill the bottom with sand ( shells) from that beach.

Ticket Memory Box

Display box to show off ticket stubs from concerts, sporting events, and theme parks.

Ticket Box totally making this myself! I have every movie ticket Jeff & I have been to as a couple :) cute idea

Mason jar wall vase

Cover different-size canvases with your favorite fabric for inexpensive artwork. More easy decorating projects: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/do-it-yourself/accents/easy-decorating-projects/?socsrc=bhgpin062712

Adorable! Take a ticket stub or plane ticket or whatever to kinkos, have them blow it up, print it on that fabric transfer stuff and make this pillow. ...Or spoonflower it. Great idea!

This would make a meaningful gift tucked inside a tiny bag given to a special person in a time of need.

Family birthday & anniversary sign; never forget a special date again again!! This one has instructions and a supply list.

first dance lyrics on the tree & hanging heart initials...I want to do this!

Take something you really love, a letter, envelope, photograph, a ticket stub... anything - and take it to a printing place like Kinkos and have them blow it up for you to hang as art.

shirt cutting

Fold the dashed lines and cut along the solid line.

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Alternative to a jewelry box.

Cute way to deal with all the sports tickets that are accumulating in our house, which Ben refuses to dispose of!

food passport. you write down 50 local places you've never been and then visit one per week for the year as a date - no more "You choose." "No, you choose."