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  • Autumn Irlbeck

    Covered Light Switch plates- i am so doing this in the boys room! only i am going to use fabric. i wanted a cars light switch cover but couldn't find one so i figured i would do this and now i am also going to do the outlet covers too!

  • Sarah Davidson

    Scrapbook paper outlet covers! - very cool! would be neat to do on a light switch cover!

  • Tammy Talbott

    Scrapbook paper outlet covers. Cute idea.

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I swore I wouldn't, but I think I'm going to have to make another one of these using all my scraps up!

Now I know this is meant for a little girl's room, but I think "Sanderson" would look so cute in colorful scrapbook paper....for our bedroom :)

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since I'm not a scrap-booker this could be a great way to use my scrapbook paper that for some reason I have laying around my house!