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  • Annie N.

    Newspaper Bird Mixed Media - Love the idea of the contrast in design; would be a great DIY art project!

  • Emily Ann

    bird art. i love this idea

  • Rhondell Miller

    decoupage old book pages and sharpie great idea for the library

  • BreAnn White-Sanders

    15 DIY Wall Art Ideas

  • Erin Whitely

    15 Ideas for DIY canvas art

  • Pamela Parrish

    easy wallart - (will probably use scrapbook paper instead of book pages)

  • Emma Barker

    and here is the finished product :) credit goes to favecrafts.com for this awesome craft idea and the instructions that go along with it..thanks!!

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