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  • Kayla Green

    Go to the dollar store and buy an outdoor black rubber door mat. Spray paint with Heirloom White from Home Depot. Sand to get a rustic feel. this is soo cute and i would never think it was a floor mat

  • Hannah G

    A Dollar Store outdoor black rubber door mat + Heirloom White spray paint from Home Depot + Sandpaper to get a rustic look = Easy outdoor wall decor

  • Olivia Hudson

    Rubber Door Mat Wall Art- Spray paint dollar store rubber mat and distress for faux iron wall decor

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