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  • Hélène cotard

    Photo via Project Wedding

  • Sandra Traub

    chicken wire and paper photographed by annie mcelwain. I've seen this done with fences too.

  • Jessica Watson

    photo by annie mcelwain - DIY paper detail made out of chicken wire and colored paper

  • Heather Miller

    chicken wire and paper backdrop

  • Laura Munro

    Colours textures and shapes.

  • Patti K.

    DIY backdrop: paper and chicken wire - note to self: could you set up a chicken wire board to mock up some mosaic ideas

  • Silver Cabbagio

    paper detail via annie mcelwain rolled paper wall decoration for celebration

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