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  • Steph Orme

    Fabric covered shoe box lids. This looks surprisingly nice. #DIY #wallart #cheap

  • Becky Fisher

    Shoe box lids, covered in fabric. Cheaper than canvas! I love this idea! Stretched canvas gets costly! Shoebox lids=free!

  • Ana Church

    Such a cute (and cheap) wall art idea! Shoe box lids, covered in fabric. Cheaper than canvas

  • Shea Cabe

    Shoe box tops wrapped in different fabrics. Cheaper than using canvases...I have this pinned already with the canvas idea, but the shoe box lid idea makes it even more intriguing!

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