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  • Kaitlin Doty

    diy wall owl art.

  • Lara Strunk

    DIY wall art for kid's room

  • Kristina Hinesly

    Baby room art made from scrapbook paper

  • Val&rie Gillard

    Pretty Owl Frame Artwork mothers day diy diy crafts kids crafts mothers day crafts mothers day ideas frame artwork pretty owl

  • Melissa D

    Owls were the inspiration, but just about any fun, artistic motif would do for a one-of-a-kind accent for a little kid's room. Make this cheap Christmas gift: Simply pick your theme and search online for free clip art. Trace the design on various-colored scrapbook paper, and cut out multiples in coordinating colors. Fill a sectioned frame with the cutouts for a creative and unique wall art piece.

  • Donna Mullins

    Easy-to-Make Wall Art- I need this owl punch!!!

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