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  • Stéphanie Lavergne

    Painted cheap frame. Scrapbook paper. Letters.

  • Katie Forsythe

    The Baeza Blog: Aqua Distressed Monogram Frame {Vaseline Method} - painted frame, fabric covered foam board, letter

  • Natalie Bullock

    Fabric or scrapbook paper for a background with a painted initial in an open frame. Paint frame light green

  • Janae Hessenius

    Painted frame, scrapbook paper, letter. for our photo wall

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