Making a diy travel push pin map with one of blursbyai’s maps

With VIDEO!

Questions? Email me: blursbyai.shop @ gmail.com

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:

Society6, posters in Redbubble, Photowall, UKposters

and maps printed on canvas here:

Society6, Redbubble, 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 by Sara):

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.

As always, I’m right here if you have any questions: