All That Plastic...

We have almost two decades worth of cruise cards that we've kept over the years - still have pretty much everyone we were every issued. Mine are just tossed into an old cigar box - of various colors. But there has simply got to be something really clever to do with them - just haven't quite figured it out yet.

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Glue them to a board, polyurethane it and it makes for a colorful wall hanging.

Took this photo last year and put ‘em back in the box.  Let us know if you come up with a display idea.  Key thing is being able to add new ones as we get them.

 

Not only do I have all that plastic, but I have all the other ship logo items.  HELP!

 

We have all but two. Only because on our first two, they were taken back during final Debarkation.

We were informed on our last cruise that NCL will no longer be giving out ship pins as one of their loyalty gifts.  Doesn't anyone in management realize it's those stupid little things that seem so petty when it comes to cutting costs ?    

I have kept every Princess Patter (ship daily newsletter) from every day on every cruise I've taken.  I hole punched them and keep in binders ... plus all the cards, etc etc... I store the cards in those plastic notebook sheets that hold business cards.

I wish we had saved the old daily activity sheets, just to show what has changed over the years.

(They say: "You can't go back.")

(They say: "You can't go back.")

Bunch of hoarders.  LolHappy

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