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    • Krista Matthews

      stitch a trip on the map and frame / a GREAT idea for all our road trips!!!

    • Rosie Bee

      30 Road trip tips/ideas (24. Stitch your traveled route along a map & frame it for a keepsake.) #roadtrip

    • Sarah Burpo

      embroider a trip on a map and frame. OR make into a scrapbook page!!! Road trip!

    • Candice Rogers

      stitch a trip on the map and frame. Cute idea for next road trip.

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