I see a little silhouette of a (wo)man


Disney Silhouette
Originally uploaded by kirida.

I had seen the Disney Silhouette studio on the travel channel and could not find anywhere in Washington where I could have one made. So when I spotted the studio on Main Street, I walked right in. It was a very quick process and luckily, the talented lady accomodated my request for, “No chins, please.”

It cost me $9.00 for two cut-outs and $20.00 for two frames. Though I could have bought the same frames at a dollar store, I still consider this a great purchase and more useful and pleasing than say, mouse ears.

Do you have any travel souvenirs you treasure?

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  1. My parents got those of me and my sis when we were kids visiting Disneyland. I don’t know where they are now but I wish I still had them!

  2. my parents have a pencil sketch portrait of my profile, i think also done at disneyworld, from when i was about 2. i love it too 🙂

  3. That was totally worth it.

  4. Pickles and Dimes says:

    Awesome! I love the frame.

    My favorite souvenir is an old-timey sepia photo of my family that we got somewhere. I just remember my brother throwing a fit to the point we almost didn’t do it. In the photo, he’s all pouty.

  5. mrs. blogoway says:

    I like to take a really great photo and then enlarge and frame it for my wall. I have one in the living room of some rocks and a dead tree that I took on Galiano Island and it turned out great.

    Even boring West Virginia produced a cool shot of a suspension bridge that’s in my hubbie’s home town…

  6. Wow! Fantastic silhouette! What a fun souvenir.

    I wish I could say I brought something interesting back from any of my trips but when I think about it, nothing at all comes to mind. I think that just means I need to go on vacation!

  7. Do Crabs count as souvenirs?

  8. Only if you can frame them. In which case, ew.

  9. The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ says:

    Most of my personal keepsakes are in a box in Florida. On Saipan I have a rock from an ancient temple that I’ve visited in the last twelve months (won’t say which one).

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