Oh I love this!! I have some old maps that this would be fantastic to do. Wow!
What a fun project! I've seen many wreathes made out of book pages before, but never maps. Great idea! I've got a vintage atlas that I've been using for craft projects, so I just may have to try this one, thanks for the inspiration!
Love the creativity on this!
This is so cool and such good fun ... I also could not live without maps (lol)
This is so neat and unique...great job!!
That is such a cool idea that I'd wouldn't mind trying someday! Thanks for the inspiration!
that is really, really cute!!! the little plane ephemera in the middle is the cherry on top! Found you through The Girl Creative linky party.
You are a genius!!! I love that you used maps for this, that is too cool! Thanks for linking this up to Brag Monday.
OMG!!!! I'm gonna do this! Love it, Love it, Love it!!!!
This is fabulous! I just love this idea!
I love maps as art and this has a lovely vintage feel to it because of the plane graphic. I just might have to give this a try myself. Thanks for sharing!
This is gorgeous!!! And congratulations on being featured on the Graphics Fairy--I love your creation!!!XO
the photos are great im going over to kims sight to check out her tips.
Just stumbled upon this craft while browsing Graphics Fairy and I am SO excited. I am doing my sons room in a classic airplane theme and had picked out the stamp image to incorporate. Now I know what to do with it! Thanks!
Wow! This is amazing... adding it to my list of projects to try. Thanks for the inspiration.
I am such a map freak!! and this really caught my eye, although I had to click through two links to find the original idea - from you! That's terrific, and since I've saved every map I've ever had and probably don't want to use those, I'm going to get one at the Dollar Store and make this great project. Love it! You might be interested in my England Travel Journal, which I blogged about last fall. Thank you for the great map idea! Also, the room looks fantastic. Love the pallet as a head board. You're brilliant! :-)