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Pirate Parties are fun, there's no doubt about it. But if you want to shake things up a little and make your party girl-friendly too, a Peter Pan ...
Using a pencil, sketch a rough outline of the map onto brown craft paper; then go over more carefully with a fine black marker. I used twist-up crayons ...
I sketched my map from this version found on Pinterest. You can see that my version is a lot more basic!
To get the "aged" look, I used old teabags, squeezing the tea onto the paper and smearing it around "artistically". Build up layers for a really ancient-looking map.
For the finishing touch, burn the torn edges. *Safety Tip: if you do it while the paper is still damp from the teabags, it will help make sure ...
Then step back and admire your ancient map of Neverland... Greatfun4kids
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