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DIY Lighting...use tall canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove Decals; hang white lights behind it. This looks awesome.

Ashlee Mariefrom Ashlee Marie

Lit up canvas wall decor- Elmers look for less

Use any canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove decals; hang white lights behind it.

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AT Europe: Paris - Valérie Boy at Salon Maison et Objet

Canvas Lights! http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/ny/at-europe/at-europe-paris-valrie-boy-at-salon-maison-et-objet-032062

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How to Design Three Panel, Light Up Dandelion Wall Art

How to Design Three Panel, Light Up Dandelion Wall Art -- via wikiHow.com

Glass Pebbles from the Dollar Store create this stain glass window look. This would be fabulous in the garden with the sun beaming through.

Love this: Apply any stickers on canvas, spray paint then remove the stickers then put lights behind it!

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Two Step Wrapped Canvas

Another great find on #zulily! Two Step Wrapped Canvas #zulilyfinds. Oh my goodness.

Put lace on old funiture, spray paint, remove lace [ Wainscotingamerica.com ] #DIY #wainscoting #design

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24 Clever DIY Ways To Light Your Home

DIY lights out of cups!

Crafts by Amandafrom Crafts by Amanda

Button Tree: a beautiful canvas project full of vibrant colors

Vibrant Button Tree on Canvas I HAVE to make one of these!

giant painted cross-stitch! >> What fun!

鉂?Umbrella frame without the cloth, spray painted white, then draped with a long line of little white christmas lights, and hung out on the porch, charming!

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Giant Picture - tutorial

How make a giant picture for Crazy Cheap! Buy a sheet of insulation foam from home depot for about $11- then take your photo via thumb drive or CD to office depot and ask them for their biggest engineer print. (I think it's like 3ft.X4ft.!) $8. Then spray adhesive the photo to the board and craft paint the edges!! You can get two uses out of the foam board- so your total cost is only about $11