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  • Donny Stephens

    If you like to travel or if just just collect weird things, doesn't matter, this is a cool idea that you can change on a regular basis. Frame up some cork board and collect pins (or whatever really) to pin to the board to create a cool collage that will give your friends something to talk about. Plus it's a cool way to remember where you have been or what you've been doing.

  • Chelsea Turvaville

    I have a decent collection of pins and buttons, and these shadow boxes seem like a great way to display them.

  • Amanda Russell

    Button Display

  • Sarajane

    Framed Buttons

  • Julie Sears

    Pin collection display

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