Photo Ops


Photo Ops

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cut, router, & paint a large piece of wood, then adhere poster-sized print to wood. LOVE this.

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Print your family photos on wood: Print your picture out on plain paper, Take piece of wood and coat with mod podge, turn picture upside down on wood press and let dry overnight. next day using water and your hands rub paper off of wood (your picture will be on the wood) now cover with more mod podge.

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family photo

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picture through a window

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Free photo letters. There are literally hundreds of each letter. You simply download for FREE and print from your own printer.

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Cute family portrait.

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10 DIY wall art ideas

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Buy the wood plaques at hobby lobby for $1, paint and mod podge the pic onto them.

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old frame and wire!! love this idea

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Bride holding a mirror and her Bridesmaids in the mirror! This is too cute! :)

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that might be the cutest thing i've ever seen

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@Megan Hubbuch Family pic ideas

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Buy the wood plaques at Hobby Lobby for $1, paint and mod podge the pic onto them.

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SO DOING THIS FOR GIFTS!!! This is the best tutorial I've yet found for that whole DIY photo canvas that people are into doing. So easy to follow, and encouraging. Takes just minutes. Imagine the gifts you can make for family and friends!

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Giant Photo Booth Pictures- go online to Staples, upload photos and order the 18x24 engineering print for $1.97 each!

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So cute!

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cute wedding photos

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First I went to Lowes and bought the cheapest board they have (12″ x 36″) I believe it was around $6.50 for the board, and you can pay .25 a cut at Lowes as well. I had them cut the board into three equal parts (12″ x 12″). I picked up Mod Podge as well, and some sponge brushes. I developed my pictures at Costco for $2.99 a picture! (12″ x 12″) First step is to paint the boards. ~ I painted the whole back and the sides grey. I just used left over house paint. ~ Next you let the paint dr...

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easy background idea

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Family picture

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Family Photo Ideas

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DIY Photo Canvases

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A photograph for the generations. Love this idea!

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shaped frame

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