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vinyl storage I have to do this for craft room. Wud just use a large frame and not deal with all the cutting etc

Framed Large Pegboard Tutorial

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I love this idea and will incorporate the drawer knobs and tin box into my jewelry frames from now on.

Dashboard Diary: DIY Earring Holder Re-Do

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Learn how to make these cute and simple DIY frame shelves! Such a great way to reuse old frames or to dress up frames.

DIY Frame Shelves - Shanty 2 Chic

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Brag blocks, great gift for the grandparents or a great conversation piece for the coffee table, even a great educational toy. Possibilities are endless

A Jennuine Life

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DIY display shelves using cheap frames... SO cute and easy! www.shanty-2-chic...

DIY Frame Shelves - Shanty 2 Chic

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DIY Fall Chalkboard Art - Just a Girl and Her Blog

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Old Vintage Window including your Photo, Distressed Chalk Paint Finish, Grey. Cool for our bedroom

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How to give plain picture frames a cottage look with an easy lattice overlay. | Photo: Laura Moss | thisoldhouse.com

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Add Dollar store / Craft Store Pearl Garland to a regular Photo Frame, OR Mirror then paint over it. ( Your choice of colours )

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Framed flowers

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DIY mail organizer

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Cute inspiration...use old picture frame, place pic behind it, draw on glass with sharpie then paint with craft paint

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#DIY Serving Tray.

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Seriously Making this!

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bought a panel of backsplash from Lowe’s and then I cut it down to size to fit within a frame I had sitting around in our basement. I hot glued my panel to a piece of white cardstock, which helped hide the netting between each tile {which is usually covered by grout}. I found some small wooden letters at Michael’s to go along with a big “B” I had {the initial for our last name}and spray-painted them all a dark chocolate brown. I then adhered the letters to the tile with hot glue. I found a ...

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This erasable board is really easy to make and can be varied in so many ways. (in Swedish and English)

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