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    • Amber G

      Paint by Numbers Wall art has gone elementary with Znak's mosaic wallpaper. The DIY set will love this activity, which uses various stencils in different configurations to arrange colorful self-adhesive pieces. The result is a customized wall design. (that text not mine, but somehow there is a gacha idea here, i think)

    • ༺༻ Christina Khandan  ༺༻

      ZNAK’s new Mosaic wall decals designed by Martins Ratniks are smarter than plain old wall decals. Consisting of consists of different colorful self-adhesive pieces of wallpaper and a stencil, you can arrange them into tons of different configurations to make beautiful, colorful wall designs yourself, all nicely and evenly spaced! - Great Kids Room Ideas: www.IrvineHomeBlog.com 🏡Contact me for any Questions about the Real Estate Market, Schools, Communities around Irvine, California.

    • Rebecca Allred

      Pared triangulos #triangle #wallart

    • Ally Barnett

      DIY art - Mosaic wall decals - time to get creative!

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