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Leaf Brooches Made from Photographs Printed on Fabric

Dutch artist Purr Anders transforms old photographs into beautiful jewelry. After printing the images onto fabric, Anders crafts them into leaf and flower-

One Pinner says, "I took their photos, cut them out and glue onto white paper. Then photo copy onto transparency paper (Kinkos for less than a $1), then cut out image and roll it up so that it can fit into the top of a soap bottle. Make sure you have clear soap or sanitizer." Oh my goodness...this is so funny!

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Remembering Lost Loved Ones On Your Wedding Day: A Poem Of Remembrance

Old photos as gift tags..just photo-copy and perfect for family

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Button Tree: a beautiful canvas project full of vibrant colors

Vibrant Button Tree on Canvas

Buttons! Button Tree Decor Tutorial. Could make into a Family Tree

these stylish leaves are fabric ones from the dollar store... dipped into plaster of paris. FABulous idea for garlands, wreaths, table decor, and more...

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autumn crafts leaf jar

Use mason jars and autumn leaves to create a warm decorative candle holder. Since Phoenix doesn’t exactly have the best collection of fall leaves, artificial or natural leaves work just perfectly. Use some Modge Podge glue to adhere the leaves to the outside of the jar, let dry and then insert a candle to light up the room.

Etsyfrom Etsy

Original Large Abstract Painting Modern Contemporary Trees Landscape ...24" x 54"... "Sunrise Smile" by Amy Giacomelli

Great Idea for a Family Tree Display... Each canvas could be a different "branch" or family.

DIY Family Tree: The kiddies will have tons of fun creating a one-of-a-kind masterpiece by gluing all of their leaf-latives to the family tree! Source: Cinthya Jan