I went to a Kansas auction in the middle of March. It was something of a dud, but it is a slow time of year. I did manage to snag a bedraggled pull-down school map of the state of Kansas. LOVE.
Here are my Easter figurines holding down bits and pieces of the glued map.
Even rolling the brittle map out carefully, there were plenty of tears and holes. The top had a lot of damage, and needed the most repair. I used parts of the bottom to repair / fill in the missing areas, kind of like a Kansas patchwork quilt. I had to do this in other smaller areas of the map as well. Lots of glue, in addition to the foamboard adhesive.
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