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  • Brittany Campbell

    Buy wooden letters at Hobby Lobby or your local craft supply store and glue scrapbook paper to them.. Going to use this idea for the baby room :)

  • Hannah Tunison

    Scrapbook paper + paper mache letters Cute idea for a baby room

  • Jessica Vaughan 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.

  • Melinda Fallon

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

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