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  • Lauren Sands

    for the places you've lived: Great military gift idea

  • Kelsee Purdy

    Tutorial: embroider states onto paper. Ideas: Places you've lived, places each family member was born...

  • Ashley Welgan

    Home sweet home wall decor. Great for all the places we have lived.

  • Teresa Mitchell

    DIY Embroidered Wall Art......could do all the places you have lived or all the places your babies were born.

  • Amber Zgonina

    sewn maps - collage of the places you have lived. Cute idea for military families

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How stinking clever is this?! Embroider your trip path on a map and frame! I have to take another roadtrip just so I can do this!!!

Repurposing your maps. Cut in heart shapes and frame...for college students who love to travel or studied abroad, this is a great way to display those places close to their heart.

This would make a great visual when studying states/regions/cultures. Displaying the different elements the children uncover.

glitter state - cut your home state out on glitter paper, glue to canvas!

Love the idea of framing maps of where one has traveled. Might work great in the long hallway we have.

I have a map that has been sitting in my craft stuff for years....this is what I will do with it!

I think it would be cool to make this from fabric scraps and do a collage of places you've lived. Now I just need fabric scraps. You could also do landmarks from favorite places to visit, etc.

This website provides all the states to be downloaded and printed. Frame each state I visit with the kids and hang in their play room.

Fill in the states as you visit them. One with a world map would be pretty awesome also.