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    • Megan Mondich-Chlebek

      The Flower Wall Art - A very doable, very beautiful, very cheap DIY flower wall art - At itsdoable.squarespace.com #DIY #Craft #Art #Wall

    • Annette Alexander

      Scrapbook paper leaves on canvas. **good idea for Thanksgiving, have family members write what they're thankful for and then glue them on the painted canvas!**

    • Lindsay D

      Scrapbook Paper Flower wallart ...love the idea @Whitney Kelley

    • Erin Rae Marshall

      Scrapbook Paper Flower wall art.... What an awesome idea

    • Elham Alemi

      Love this flower craft idea that doubles as great DIY wall art.

    • Shana Kinnison

      DIY- canvas with scrapbook paper leaves

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