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    If you've been collecting wallpaper or art paper scraps, here's a quick project. Shop a crafts store for inexpensive wood plaques, then prime and paint. Below the chair rail, we used a new beaded-board-style wallpaper -- it looks like the real deal but is less expensive and easier to install.

    The key to truly original art? A pair of scissors! We cut these woodland silhouettes from vintage wallpaper, then pasted them on kraft paper. #diyprojects #decoratingideas #houseoftheyear

    Easy DIY Remodel Projects • Ideas & Tutorials for projects like backsplash, drywall, floors, faux wood beam, sliding barn door etc....

    For my craft space! Love that I can use scraps of fabric I love and am emotionally attatched to as decor! [DIY wall]

    Such a cute idea for fabric scraps! This would be awesome in my craft room for all those fabric scraps that I love and can't part with.

    Brabourne Farm: Pretty Vintage Kitchens

    All you need is a cute frame, burlap or decorative fabric, and your initial! Would look awesome in a picture wall setup.

    Add pretty wall paper or fabric to boards and hang them as art.

    Trace, cut, and string using different inspiring patterned papers!

    Petal Pusher wallpaper in Christine Dovey girl's room.

    Customize a dresser with graphic and fun wallpaper or simplistic tone on tones which I prefer. Cool idea

    Display Your Papers

    Projects using a Roll of Wallpaper!

    Ceiling medallion wall art - cheap project

    Reclaimed wood, paint, fabric flowers and hot glue

    scrap booking paper

    Super cute!! rubber-mat-wall-art. Amazing!

    Pressed tin tiles on back of bookcase. Love this.

    Gold is back, baby! And in a big way! Here are 40+ gold home decor projects that you can do all on your own!

    Endless Cirlces Lattice Moroccan Stencil | Royal Design Studio via Better Homes and Gardens

    from better homes and gardens magazine : Search antique stores and flea markets for old finds to frame into one-of-a-kind artwork. Consider classic finds such as quilts, vintage cross-stitch, or watercolors to add some fab flair to your walls. we love this idea!