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I love this-- use ANY canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove Decals; hang white lights behind it.

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Lit up canvas wall decor- Elmers look for less

Use any canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove decals; hang white lights behind it.

Pretty inspiration for a DIY project. Magical year round, but especially during the Christmas holidays.

Painted rubber door mat wall art $1.00 doormat from the dollar store,Heirloom White spray paint from Home Depot,once it is dry after spray painting the doormat all over,sander them to give them an aged feel! or they could be left just painted.

Take a canvas, and cover it with stickers/decals (or cut your own) and spray paint the canvas. Remove all the stickers, and hang lights behind it for super cool decoration. You could even do this in your room!

DIY spray paint seashells something pearly then glue into a frame..or onto a framed wooden board or canvas. Cheap. Something to do with all Mom's sea shells!

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Community Post: You Wish Your Bar Mitzvah Was This Fabulous

Lay a world map over 3 canvas, cut into 3 pieces. Coat each canvas with Mod Podge and wrap the maps around them. Let dry and hang on the wall. Then add pins to all the places youve been.

Use ANY canvas, apply stickers, decal, etc., and spray paint. Remove Decals; hang white lights behind it.

Glue small old toys to a frame and then spray paint a solid color. (nice way to hold onto the things your kids love but don't necessarily "use" anymore...and well the solid color, lol, helps it look great and not obnoxious)

HP WANDS!

HP WANDS!

HP WANDS!

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How to Make Backlit Canvas Art

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Metal Home Accent Projects

Art made with foil tape