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Just scrapbook paper and adhesive spray!!! Took 5 mins and looks much better

Just scrapbook paper and adhesive spray! Took 5 mins and looks much better

How to perfectly add scrapbook paper to wooden letters. I love this pin!

How to perfectly add scrapbook paper to wooden letters. I love this pin! How to perfectly add scrapbook paper to wooden letters. I love this pin!

Make your own coasters- 4x4 tiles ($.16 Home Depot); 4x4 scrapbook paper; adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry; Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom

Make your own coasters with tiles, scrapbook paper, clear spray paint, felt pads, and mod podge. Adhere to tile with Mod Podge and let dry. Spray a coat of clear spray paint and let dry; attach felt pads to the bottom

Fabric-Covered Faux Nail Head-Trimmed Cork Board

Faux Nail Head Trimmed Cork Board {Message Board

Fabric and Nail Head Trimmed Cork Board – could do with thumb tacks… so cute! Fabric and Nail Head Trimmed Cork Board – could do with thumb tacks… so cute!

Scrapbook paper and dollar store frames. Cheap decorations for a big wall!

Art DIY Version - I could make a wall decor set like this with scrap book paper or fabric and revamped dollar store frames.

LOVE wooden letters - Painted black, mod podge/glue cute white stuff on.

HCIU's Favorite D.I.Y Crafts From Pinterest

I am so in LOVE with this! buy wooden letters, spray paint them, then glue flowers lace, etc. to make beautiful. Creative & inexpensive craft for the home.

I'm not going to use buttons for the letter but just getting a wood letter to make initials.

Custom Button Letter Wall Art - DIY - Kids' initials - hang on bedroom doors. Use a fabric that coordinates with each kid's room & tastes. Tips: SEW buttons to fabric, use decorative upholstery tacks on sides.

Spray paint a cheap frame, scrapbook paper in frame, hot glue a metal clip, change out photos as often as you want.

LOVE this idea: Spray paint a cheap frame, scrapbook paper in frame, hot glue a metal clip, change out photos as often as you want. This would be great for kids' artwork from school.

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