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  • Brandy Navarro

    DIY Photo Negative Lamp Shade! I would probably use it for a candle holder, but either way it's so cute! Such a great gift idea too!

  • Meredith E.

    DIY Personalized Photo Negative Lamp by lifehacker: Easy IKEA hack with a $7 Ikea Grono Lamp or look-a-like.

  • Baharat Jewels

    Film negative lamp shade. #photos, #film, #negative, #lamp, #lampshade, #diy, #craft, #photography, #lighting, #decor, #decoration, #home, #house,

  • Taylor Spaulding

    Old Photo negative lamps. DIY here: http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2fFwlj/lifehacker.com/5790240/turn-photo-negatives-into-artsy-personalized-lamps/

  • Erin Geary

    cool idea for old photo negatives

  • Erin McLaughlin

    IKEA Hack: Grönö Lamp Hack (Very cool craft) #ikea #hack #office #before #after #makeover #diy #project #craft #negative #film #photograph #photography #picture #lamp

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