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Turn Your Photos Into Wall Art — For Less Than $10!

Wall art for under $10, print at Staples as an Engineer print 36" x 48" ($7.29), cut in half and adhere to 2 foam boards that are 20" x 30" from craft store.

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How To Hang Picture Frames As A Collage

How To Hang Picture Frames As A Collage-I need this as I have a bunch of old family pictures I need to hang in the Cottage! www.hockinghillsfarm.com

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DIY Canvas Prints

canvas diy tutorial. the best one i have seen so far!

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Giant Picture - tutorial

Staples will do engineer prints of a photo for $4.99! Doing this!

Make giant photo wall art for less than $10. An engineering print from Kinkos on hardboard from Costco.

For all the photos you have but never have frames for… Use an art board or some type of canvas, line up all the photos and separate with black marking tape. Modge podge over the top of the photos. You now have a beautiful piece of art with all your pictures!

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25 Teenage Girl Room Decor Ideas

25 Teenage Girl Room Decor Ideas - A Little Craft In Your Day

Des idées de l'intérieur, du jardin, de l'ameublement et de la décoration.from Des idées de l'intérieur, du jardin, de l'ameublement et de la décoration.

34 idées de déco pour accrocher des photos au mur

Love this idea for one of my three living rooms:)

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Did You Know...

"Divide" ground beef in a gallon sized freezer bag. Freeze, then just break off what you need. No messy hands.

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Giant Picture - tutorial

How to make a giant picture

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Create a Monogram in Word

How to create monogram labels in Word

DIY Weekly dry-erase board. This is actually a "collage" frame from walmart that is about $13. Print days of week onto pretty paper, and put a different day into each section (behind glass). Write on glass with dry-erase markers.