Printable United States Map – 11″ x 14″ Shabby Chic PDF Nursery Decor Homeschool Classroom


This charming shabby chic printable United States map is the perfect addition to nurseries, playrooms and rooms with a bit of whimsical spirit.

The perfect printable for:
– geography lessons,
– plotting character’s journeys in books,
– marking the regions you learn about throughout the year,
– tracking family history,
– practicing state name, abbreviation and capital memorization,
– reviewing current events,
– and more!

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Printable via professional photo center (like Walgreens) at 11″”x14″” or print on 11″”x17″” Tabloid size and trim off the excess. Zip file contains the jpg file

Once printed, you’ll be able to record your travels with stickers, mini photos, signatures, dots, scrapbook elements…however you choose or glue to a cookie sheet for a magnetic learning activity. Can be used as a travel memory map.

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Included File Types


Print Sizes

11 x 14 in | 279.4 x 431.8 mm | Tabloid

Printing Method

Home Printer, Professional

Hi! I’m Shell. founder of Purveyor of Geekery. When I’m not designing, I’m redirecting my son from destroying the house, drinking tea or plotting my next travel adventures. I’m originally from Pittsburgh, PA but now spend my time between Vero Beach, FL (East Coast, halfway between Orlando and West Palm) and Ludlow, Shropshire in the gorgeous countrysides of England.

I live, eat and breathe design and marketing.

I would skip days in grade school to go sit in on college level Psychology and Humanities classes with my mom, who was working on her degree at the time, so I have always had a love affair with the way the human psyche works. I guess engagement strategist was a natural progression for my future self?

I’ve been designing since Sr. Year in High School when I first took up as the layout editor for the school paper. Since then I’ve worked as everything from a layout artist in a print shop to the Art Director for a book publishing house.

In college I took up the nerd side of things, coding my first webpage: a bright pink page with a half-naked boy a la Abercrombie and Fitch and a swishy tailed squirrel gif. Since then I’ve lead major social network developments (back in the late 2000’s), iPhone app development, mobi-site development and more.


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