About The Nomad Studio
This is a nomad couple’s digital diary about their personal travel adventures, favorite food experiences and DIY projects.
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Other than the time we spend on traveling together, we also enjoy watching movies in drive-in theaters or in our home theater with bluerays. Sure, Redbox and thanksgiving sale comes in handy. We have a personal database with our ratings and watch list in IMDB.
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This year, Covid-19 pandemic has taken a toll on all of our day-to-day lives. Our lifestyle is getting adapted to new and modified ways of maintaining personal hygiene while in public places. One thing that is commonly practiced by most of us is using a hand sanitizer. So, I came up with this simple design […]
Basically, I am no fan of expensive jewelry of any kind. But I do like to wear big or long earrings occasionally. Even those I prefer to be simple designs and mainly inexpensive. Today, I thought why not make some earrings with Cricut. Hence this DIY Leather earrings for you guys. I never thought making […]
Do you wanna upgrade your living space with some modern touch? Here is a tutorial for making Geometric Leather coasters using Cricut. Its a simple design with some color pop. The design template is uploaded to Cricut design space for your personal use. Have fun making it! Materials Used: Faux Leather Cork sheet with Adhesive […]
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It was a Christmas eve filled with Spectacular scenic drive, breathtaking sunset, mesmerizing night sky and truly magical sunrise! This blog is a continuation from our post “A day in Marfa”. Feel free to check it out. After enjoying the delicious Marfa burritos for breakfast, we headed to Big Bend Ranch State Park taking the […]
The time when we drove 4000 miles to touch the Arctic Ocean at Tuktoyaktuk in Canada Tuktoyaktuk (Tuktuyaaqtuuq or Tuk) is a little fishing village located far north in the Northwest territories of Canada along the Arctic Ocean. This is one of those remote community that used to be accessible only by plane or icy winter […]
Driving The Famous Dalton Highway In Alaska I grew up watching episodes of “Ice road truckers” in which truck drivers drive across frozen lakes and rivers in the remote Arctic territories in Canada and Alaska. Ever since I heard about the remote “Dalton Highway” of Alaska, it made into my bucket list. In August […]