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    Idea | Collage art from recycled magazines {Derrek Gores}

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    Idea | Collage art from recycled magazines {Derrek Gores}

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    Idea | Collage art from recycled magazines {Derrek Gores}

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    Idea | Collage art from recycled magazines {Derrek Gores}

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    Update a thrifted piece of wall art for your home with geometric stitching. Simply remove the frame from the art and use embroidery floss to sew your desired pattern onto the image. Paint the frame, let dry, and reassemble. Hang your new piece of art on the wall, or simply set atop a dresser or a mantelpiece to display./

    DIY Art for a Lot Less Than You Think

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    Let your walls bloom with beautiful homemade artwork. Find free botanical images online and print them on old book pages. To create a textural mat, cut linen a little larger than the page and machine stitch 1/4 inch from all edges. Fray the edges by pulling out threads down to the stitched line. Machine-stitch the page to the linen mat, then hang using bulldog clips. /

    DIY Art for a Lot Less Than You Think

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    Create large, custom pixel-inspired artwork on the cheap using a simple plywood or medium-density fiberboard (MDF) panel and crafts paint. Sand and clean the wood panel, then use a pencil to mark off a grid of same-size squares. Arrange crafts paint in the same color palette from light to dark. Assign a color to each square, keeping lighter colors at the bottom and darker colors at the top. Tape off and paint the squares, letting each dry before starting the next. To make some squares more t...

    DIY Art for a Lot Less Than You Think

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    Framed prints get an easy (and colorful) update thanks to acrylic paint and imagination. To start, determine which areas you’d like to cover on the framed print; remove print from frame. Cut pieces of poster board to the height of the print and the width you plan to cover. Paint poster board and let dry. Use double-sided tape to attach the poster board to the print, then place the artwork back in the frame. Paint the areas of the frame that align with the color block. Let dry, then hang. Wit...

    DIY Art for a Lot Less Than You Think

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    Embroidered Postcards » Shaun Kardinal

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    Paper Sculpture » Graphic Designer Lusi Klimenko used nothing but paper and glue to create this amazing sculpture of a basket overflowing with knitting paraphernalia. "The objective of this sculpture was to manipulate light and shadow to create the illusion of depth in a shallow surface." » from MAKE

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    Flags made from food!

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    Inspiration Lined Pad // see them all at the link!

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    Baby spoonbill by ~SeanAvery Click to see more!

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    "Ghost in the Machine" Audrey Hepburn made out of reel tape

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    recycled card

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