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Anniversary Map – the100dayproject

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Last month I created a map of our important landmarks – our first apt., the church where we got married, the reception, favorite beaches, pizza, where the kids were born. I’ve always aspired to create illustrated maps so for #the100dayproject I am going to work on creating map illustrations. I’m so hesitant to say I’m doing it bc 100 days seems like a long time but I also know that 100 days is the perfect amount of time to hone a skill. I hope you’ll tune in to watch my progress and maybe you’ll be ordering up your own anniversary map towards the end! 🤣

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5 thoughts on “Anniversary Map – the100dayproject

  1. A worthy project, what better way to spend the next 100 days…Creating!

  2. Thanks for sharing about this. I think I’m going to (loosely) participate also… I’ll try for 100 days, but some may not happen. 🙂 Your idea sounds great! I hope it turns into something others are excited about getting for themselves. I think I’m going to work on illustrating people, specifically creating a little girl character that I have in my head and learning to illustrate her in all sorts of positions and settings. 100 days should really help toward being able to do that. We’ll see how it goes. 🙂

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