Other uses for the passport cover when not travelling??

Bumbles

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Morning!
Am debating whether I should get the chapman elephant passport holder, coz the design is soooo cute. But I only travel once a year, so wondering if anyone uses there's for anything else when not traveling?

Any great ideas? Would love to hear it.

Else I might just get the pocket organiser elephant instead.

TIA! Happy Sunday!
 

Butterlite

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You could use it as a pocket notebook cover. If you're in the states, I don't think there are any elephant pocket organizers left (the white ones).
 

fabuleux

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I only use mine as a passport cover, but it could probably be used as a small notebook cover or even a small alternative wallet.
 

Miss Krys

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I personally find that elephant (the giraffe is right up there with it) visits me in my nightmares but as others have already stated it could be used as a small wallet, especially paired with a coin pouch, or as a cover for a small notebook/agenda. If all else fails then it would make for an excellent centre piece on a table or shelf.
 

Redenkeew

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I bought the Elephant Passport Holder but I'm not traveling internationally anytime soon so it's staying inside my drawer for the foreseeable future but I don't quite care. It's a beautiful piece and I've been longing a special passport holder for quite some time as I missed out on a VERY special one 9 years back (Looking at your Monogramouflage @fabuleux )
 

shalomjude

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I would purchase what you adore ...I am the list for the PO too unsure if another
batch will be released .. doesn't bother me as I am waiting for something else
 

LuckyBitch

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I bought mine around two years ago. At first I only used it as a passport holder and actually considered reselling it. In the meantime it's the perfect grab and go piece. I have in it, apart from my passport, some shopping cards, banknotes, driving licence, vehicle licence, etc. I adore it, it's so handy. I can't imagine ever not having it. Good luck choosing.
 
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Bumbles

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I bought mine around two years ago. At first I only used it as a passport holder and actually considered reselling it. In the meantime it's the perfect grab and go piece. I have in it, apart from my passport, some shopping cards, banknotes, driving licence, vehicle licence, etc. I adore it, it's so handy. I can't imagine ever not having it. Good luck choosing.
That sounds great. I'm so undecided coz the piece is so beautiful and don't want it sitting around in a drawer when not being used. And I know our forums are great in giving ideas so I decided to put the question out there, if others are using it for other purposes
 

Miss Krys

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That sounds great. I'm so undecided coz the piece is so beautiful and don't want it sitting around in a drawer when not being used. And I know our forums are great in giving ideas so I decided to put the question out there, if others are using it for other purposes
I also meant to suggest, if your drive, using it to hold insurance and registration papers for your vehicle and carrying that around in your purse. I never leave documentation in my car in the off chance of it being stolen; the thieves don't need to know where I live and having that paperwork, especially the VIN, on hand makes it easier to pass along the information to the police.
 
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Butterlite

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I personally find that elephant (the giraffe is right up there with it) visits me in my nightmares but as others have already stated it could be used as a small wallet, especially paired with a coin pouch, or as a cover for a small notebook/agenda. If all else fails then it would make for an excellent centre piece on a table or shelf.
If you know anything about the Chapman Brothers art work...the elephant is mild. Their work can be disturbing (all about the shock value).