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    MAGNET BOARDS!! Cut down old cookie sheet with tin snips, cover with scrapbook paper, and put into an old, repainted frame

    Fox Hollow Cottage: Shabby Vintage Tin Can Craft. These are so beautiful it's hard to believe they're just cans!! I'm learning to never be surprised at what this girl can do :)

    Cover jar lids using tissue paper and mod podge. Now I can use those recycled jars and hide the printing on the lid!

    Magnet Boards From Stove Top Covers...Totally Awesome For A Girls Camp Craft.

    framed lace

    spray paint vintage frames and add a cork board

    Magnets made from earrings

    spray paint plastic frames and glue magnets to the back. so cute!

    Display boards display board to swap out pictures. Easy to make. cover frame interior with gfabric or burlap.

    Gift Ideas, Chevron Magnet, Bulletin Boards, Magnet Boards, Magnetic Boards, Crafty Ideas

    3 Repurpose ideas~ Turn the back of an old chair into chalkboards, corkboards and tin tile magnet boards.

    Laura Thoughts: Make-up Magnet Board

    I love this simple idea: embellish old clipboards with vintage (or new) paper to bring your personality to the office!

    monogram machine and board - I'm doing this with old mirror frame from Grandpa's furniture!!

    upcycled chandelier turned into unique, if bulky, display

    Punched Tin Frame Using Recycled Tin Cans -- this shows how to cut and flatten the cans, so they could be used for shed siding or even shingles or washboards

    Mirrors: Cut designs on contact paper, spray with frosted glass paint, remove decal

    DIY Fridge Magnets Out of Bottle Caps.

    Scrapbook paper covered alphabet on wall. Cute idea for the playroom

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    DIY Wall Art- clean out that junk drawer, paint everything (I think monochromatic looks best), decide on a shape/image, mount on watercolor paper and frame. - The Frugal Female