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  • Cait Gergler

    Hot glue Ribbons to the back of picture frames and attach them to a curtain rod. Going to try something like this by the front door

  • Jennifer Martinez

    Curtain rod for hanging picture frames. Cute idea.

  • Aqsa Waqas

    Great decorating idea! Hang picture frames from a decorative curtain rod.

  • Monji ~

    Hot glue Ribbons to the back of picture frames and attach them to a curtain rod!! Love the hanging frames

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