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  • Karen Stoker Russell

    This Girl's Life: {FAQ for DIY Urban Outfitters Art}

  • Elaine Bellamy

    This Girls Life: {DIY Urban Outfitters Wall Art}

  • Leslie

    DIY Urban Outfitters photo collage (use modge podge and nature photos with copper stained-glass tape)

  • Kaley Powell

    DIY Urban Outfitters wall art. Take a 24x30 inch canvas. Cut out 20 nature photos into 6x6 squares. Lay them out the way you want and mod podge them on!

  • Mary Cate

    Photo Wall Art

  • Kelsey Davis

    DIY wall art using nature photos, a canvas board, and copper tape. Must have.

  • Sara Weil

    DIY artwork

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