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  • Natalie Zecher

    Buy wooden letters at Hobby Lobby or your local craft supply store and glue scrapbook paper to them. Mount them on the wall! The more uncoordinated the scrapbook paper is, the better it looks. The contrasts of all the different patterns put together look gorgeous. Play room idea

  • Melinda Fallon

    Love this idea of Scrapbook paper letters on the wall. This would be cute in a playroom or kids room!

  • Becka Maguire

    Buy wooden letters at Hobby Lobby or your local craft supply store and glue scrapbook paper to them---adorable nursery or playroom idea!

  • Angela Lewis

    DIY: Excellent tutorial on how to cover paper mache letters - using scrapbook paper, glue & paint. Cool idea for a baby's room or play room.

  • Jessica Melfi

    Love this idea for the kids room. Buy wooden letters at Hobby Lobby or your local craft supply store and glue scrapbook paper to them.

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