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    Glue picture frames to file cabinets. Instantly expensive looking.

    You are KIDDING me!! Easy wainscotting idea: buy frames from Michael's, glue to wall and paint over entire lower half. Got this tip from a savvy home improvement person..

    Scrap wood wallpaper / backdrop. Wouldn't this be amazing as the backing in a bookcase? It adds so much pop to an otherwise needed piece of furniture.

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    How to frame a bathroom mirror!

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    Easy, inexpensive way to add interest to builder grade bathroom mirror!

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    I sprayed the entire frame with silver spray paint and then this time, I used a dark colored wood stain and brushed it in the deep grooves using a small artist's brush. It's a great way to add dimension to a spray painted frame. And if for some reason you mess up, or don't like the way it looks, you can just go back over it with the silver spray paint


    Full Length Barn Wood Mirror

    No that is not hardwood, it is stamped concrete! found this idea on a local contractor’s website. We contacted him immediately to get an estimate. I have a love for wood that is dark and rustic, so to be able to have the warmth of a deck combined with the ease of concrete? Heavenly! I’ve never seen anything like this before


    Silhouette idea - copy photos then cut out the shape, glue onto paper and frame. Do the family!

    Put stick-on decals on a picture frame and remove the back of the frame.

    Mirrors + molding