Destinations are changing the face of souvenirs by giving travelers the chance to handcraft keepsakes to bring home. Projects like these are bound to remind you of your amazing trip (more than a cotton tee or dusty shot glass would): On the sprawling Tuscan estate of Castello di Casole, guests can work with a local Italian artist to design ceramic pieces (from bowls to vases) with fruits, flowers, or the surrounding landscape. In Japan, The Peninsula Tokyo will arrange visits to local, family-run businesses, where you can make traditional hand-blown glass wind chimes, or create realistic-looking wax and plastic food items (such as an ice cream sundae) like the ones that decorate so many restaurant windows in Japan—and that would make cool pop art for your kitchen. Blank wall-space back home? Capture your Caribbean view on canvas with a step-by-step painting class at the chic Viceroy Anguilla.
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