Road Trip with some Mini Snippets - Carte Postale by Basic Grey thrown in.
These pages all cover our visit to COSI, beginning with the intro page above. I made a little vellum envelope to slip the hot pink ticket we had to wear while at COSI. It didn't really match anything and was kind of bright so I hope the vellum mutes the color a bit. The city map card it's attached to was perfect, since we were in downtown Columbus. I added some Jillibean Soup letters to the "On the Road" card.
Rad Dad digital collection that I had previously printed out and didn't end up using. It fit here so I used it.
We got a couple copies of the map and I cut up portions to show where we were for both sides of this spread. Some of the filler cards in the Road Trip themed card set are basic so it was a nice way to add a bit more interest to them.
After we went through Progress we ate lunch, and for museum/attraction food I am sorry to say, the food at COSI was particularly bad. I recommend bringing your own food if possible! After eating ER had a workshop back up by the Gadget exhibit. She and Brad got to take apart a computer so she could see what the inside looked like.
Our visit spans across three and a half spreads in our Project Life album and we didn't even do any of the extra things like movies or the special Myth Buster's exhibit or the Adventure! activity. The last two things cost extra money to go to and with so much to do at COSI, we just ran out of time. I bet they were both awesome extras and well worth the added cost based on how well the rest of COSI is planned out.
My husband is a science guy, with a PhD in Chemistry so I initially picked this stop as something for him to enjoy with the kids but I really had a great time too. It's something we'd be members of for sure if we lived in Columbus. It's a wonderful resource for the area and we hope to go back again.
I've shared this post at The Mom Creative.