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  • Cindy Etter

    DIY wall art - styrofoam squares + 12x12" scrapbook paper...and my dtr's 1st pinterest project

  • Jenna Smith

    using 12x12 scrapbook pages, do you realize how beautiful some scrapbook pages are!!!

  • Tonette B

    Styrofoam covered with fabric. {DIY Home Decorating Ideas & Inspirations} {Wall Displays}

  • scarlett bertrand

    styrofoam craft art

  • Jo Ann Toporski

    Scrapbook Art - Made with Styrofoam squares, scrapbook paper, and adhesive!

  • Amber Harrer

    cardboard scrapbook paper wall art | Styrofoam, scrapbook paper and spray adhesive. Cheaper than canvas. by ...

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