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Monogram Wall Art

Monogram Wall Art looks good on canvas or paper frames. You can use initials of your name as art pieces too. Source: bhg

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3D Butterfly wall art

These 3D butterflies are perfect to add an adorable touch to a nursery, master bedroom, even wedding decorations. They are made of thick card stock so you won’t have to worry about hanging over a crib or changing table. Source; etsy

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Perfect kids room wall art

A bright, modern print with a sun that states “you are my (sunshine)”. Perfect for a nursery, child’s room, or playroom. Shown in turquoise and yellow. Source: etsy

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Ruler wall art

You can scoop up old rulers–some with cool retro logos–for a few bucks. These bird prints, cut from the pages of a dime-store book, match the old-fashioned vibe. We used wood glue to affix the rulers to cheap wooden frames. The rulers are applied differently on each frame to keep things interesting. Source: bhg

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Magnetic wall art

  Rather than one boring bulletin board, the entire wall is coated in four coats of magnetic primer and a top coat of yellow. This way the even the littlest members of the family can contribute artwork and special notes. Source: bhg

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Alphabet Wall Art

Alphabet Wall Art is always a great choice for kids room. It enables kids to learn and distiguish letters and colors at an early age. Source:etsy

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Quotes wall decoration

Typography can bring a dull wall to life with its uniqueness. Try using quotes or words printed or pasted over a patterned fabric or textured paper in style. Source: craftstylish

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Hanky Wall Art

It’s hard to beat the funky retro patterns found in old handkerchiefs. Put them to good use on your walls. We used mat board and cut-to-size glass (your local hardware store can cut glass for you), then displayed them in groupings of like colors. Source: meredith

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Pretty Floral Wall Art

You’d be surprised how beautiful close-up photos of flowers can be–even the snapshots you take with your own digital camera. Take your favorite flower images, have them enlarged to enhance the details, and get them printed on canvas, rather than photo paper. Source: meredith

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