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  • M B

    How-To: String Art House Numbers. Would look nice, next to the front door.

  • Cindy Waters

    DIY: string art house numbers | #StringArt #Nails #House #Numbers | Original source is gone.. Couldn't find an other post with the info, but it seems quite simple.

  • Karen Barnes

    Cool idea for your home address, Nail string art

  • Sarah Gulan

    How-To: String Art House Numbers - cute idea!

  • Cindy Davis

    How-To: String Art House Numbers (could use copper wire, too!)

  • S. Ray

    String Art house numbers. Cool idea! I loved doing this in elementary school.

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