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  • Candice Rogers

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

  • Liz Benatar

    Hand-stitched maps are the perfect touch to your travel scrapbook pages! Would you try this idea to commemorate a recent road trip?

  • agathe Gede

    Cool idea to add to a road trip journal with postcards sent to self. Stitch out the road trip on map used during trip.

  • Martine Vrieswijk

    Map Stitch Artwork: This is the perfect way to remember your most cherished travel routes, from college road trips to summer hikes and beyond. Simply find the path you traveled on a map and stitch away until you reach your destination. (via Martha Stewart Living), en daar dan een foto boek mee bekleden zodat het plaatje helemaal compleet is

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