Perfect for anyone with insatiable wanderlust.
For most of last term, I was lugging my university books around in a shoulder bag that just didn't suit academia - it was cute, but definitely not built to handle the battering of books which it received. Over my brief vacation at home, I decided that it was a better idea to invest in a backpack - but instead of finding one I liked only to meet someone else with one identical, I opted, as usual, for a DIY.
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Print out your map image. (I just did this on normal printer paper at the print shop down the road!)
Modge-Podge your map onto the leather or faux leather, ensuring that it is completely stuck down and secured.
Cover the map in another layer of Mod-Podge and wait for it to dry completely.