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  • Patti Kelly

    Cut out a shape to put over a camera lens to create an awesome filter for pictures. -- cute idea!

  • Kelly Moore

    Cool idea! ->To take a heart-shaped photo. So smart! #photography #tricks #photo #tips #pictures #family #images

  • Kara Foley

    picture shapes - what an amazing idea, i would have never thought of that! For heart shaped bokeh effect. A-mazing!

  • Shannon R

    picture shapes - what an amazing idea, i would have never thought of that! #diy #crafts www.BlueRainbowDesign.com

  • Barbara Souls

    picture shapes - what an amazing idea, i would have never thought of that! Love This is a pretty cool idea

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