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  • Lea Waybright

    Chicken wire and picture frames. Paint frame in Christmas color and hang Christmas cards up!!

  • Vickie Winner

    Love anything with picture frames. Spray paint old frames and add chicken wire for a memo board

  • April Crippen

    Chicken wire memo boards in painted frames with clothes pins - always looking for Christmas card ideas!

  • Kylie King

    chicken wire frames @ neat idea substitute for bulletin board

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Cute way to hang photos, cards, memos, etc. and so simple/cheap to make!

a chicken wire chandelier. Just to add that whimsy to your garden party. Love.

14. FRAMES. Create repurposed memo board for your apartment using chicken wire and thrift store frames. (see the full list here: ow.ly/lkmD2)

awesome way to corral tidbits of paper that wants to be displayed. Lemonademakinmama...

Chicken wire. Currently, I am in love with the stuff. I just bought two UGLY plain bookcases from Target and will replace the cheap flimsy cardboard type backs with chicken wire and distress the shelves. Instant character. Will post soon! :0)

Funny; I was just looking at this metal sheet @ Lowe's the other day, my minds' wheels spinning on what you could make with it...

This one is in Italian, but I'm still posting it! Beautiful colors and a simple, elegant way of adding hand-sewn flowers to decor. Also, a chicken-wire frame for displaying photos.

chicken wire in a frame - super good idea for displaying kids art work, especially on dead wall space!

I'm going to create a frame like this for our hallway!

After removing the mirror, I painted the frame a bright yellow. Then I stapled chicken wire to the back side of the frame. When I bought the chicken wire from Atwoods the man working that department asked if I needed any pointers for my chicken coop. I told him I was making a frame for artwork. He shook his head and walked away.