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Hello everyone! Today I want to leave a couple links and ideas about how to make a simple and inexpensive diy travel push pin map with one of my maps.
I have maps printed on paper here:
blursbyaishop.com (we ship to the US personalized items), Society6, posters in Redbubble, Pictorem, UKposters…
and maps printed on canvas here:
blursbyaishop.com (we ship to the US personalized items), Society6, Redbubble, Pictorem, UKposters…
You can make a push pin map with either of them.
Here’s a video showcasing 10 easy ways to make a push pin map for marking travels (English audio/English subs):
Spanish audio/English subs (The one that speaks in this one is me!)
Let’s write down all the options, shall we?
#1: A print on paper + thin EVA foam + a frame
#2: A map print on paper + foamboard + a frame
Here’s a post from a few years ago where I made a rustic-looking world map push pin map with a frame, a map paper print, and foamboard.
#3: A map print on paper + thick layer of corkboard + a frame
#4: A map print on paper + a frame that’s backed with cardboard (An IKEA one in this case) + an extra cardboard
#5: A map canvas print + thin EVA foam
#6: A map canvas print + thick EVA foam
#7: A map canvas print + thin corkboard
#8: A map canvas print + rigid corkboard tiles
#9: A map print on paper + a commercial framed corkboard
#10: A map printed on rolled canvas (unstretched) + a frame + foamboard
Bonus #1: A print on paper + a frame that’s backed with foamboard.
This is an option if you are looking for a size that’s 41×27″ or smaller. You need a map printed on paper and a frame that is backed with foamboard like these from Frameusa.
Push pins for your map.
I’ve gathered some recommended shops for purchasing push pins here.
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