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  • Stephanie Rich

    This would be good with the tee-shirt wrapped canvas. Shoe box tops wrapped in different fabrics. Less expensive than using canvases ."Love the idea, just with different patterns!"

  • Tara Fleming

    shoebox lids covered in fabric - cheap decorating ideas for the win

  • Lisa

    Wall Art: Shoe box lids, covered in fabric. Cheaper than canvas - very clever!

  • Michelle Lingmann Kelley

    Shoe box tops wrapped in fabric = CHEAP wall art!

  • Mei Curtis

    Fabric covered shoe box tops. They can be any shape. Just find your favorite fabric patterns and you have great wall art extremely cheap! And easy to hang up.

  • Donna W

    Decorating Ideas. Shoe box lids, covered in fabric. Cheaper than canvas - very clever!

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