How do you put together a scratch map series? Follow the steps outlined below!
If you're reading this, I'm guessing you already have a scratch map (or several scratch maps) in your possession. Scratch maps of the world, Korea, Japan, and Thailand are all available. Have you scratched off all of the locations and landmarks on your map? What about the cuisine and must-do activities in the area? I hope you enjoyed our scratch map trips throughout the world. Frame Your Scratch Maps is a better method to preserve your scratch maps and share them with your friends and family.
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Our scratch maps are all designed to fit into IKEA frames or other frames that have the appropriate frame sizes. The scratch maps for Japan, Korea, and Thailand are 40 by 30cm in size. The map size for the World scratch map is 70 by 50cm. If you stick to these measurements, you'll be able to find the right frames for these vibrant scratch maps!
You can "Do It Yourself" if you want to make a unique frame with patterns and drawings on it. What could be more satisfying than designing and creating scratch map frames? You must complete the following tasks:
Select an adequate wooden frame from your local picture framer. Make sure the frame isn't too thin because it might become fairly hefty, and if it is, it will break and ruin your map. Give the picture frame shop helper the frame size details and have them measure the inside of the frame to the exact size. If they offer a cutting service, have them professionally cut it for you. It will make things a lot easier.
After you have the basic frame, you may decorate it with a painting or write some travel quotes on it. Before framing the scratch map, remember to wait for the painting to dry. Finally, display the framed scratch maps on the wall and distribute them to family and friends. Because all of your memories are marked on our scratch maps, I believe you will have a lot to say. Have fun framing!
**If you want to get our latest package - Scratch Map + Frame (ONLY for Japan, Thailand and Korea), feel free to click the pictures below!