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Monogram Wall Art

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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Button Wall Decoration

Button Wall Decoration

Monograms are a fabulous way to personalize any wall. Print a letter, then cut it out. Discard the letter, and keep the outline. Use it as a stencil to glue all shapes and sizes of buttons inside the letter. Remove the stencil, let the glue dry, and hang. Source: bhg

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Magnetic wall art

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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Ruler wall art

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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Alphabet Wall Art

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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3D plate wall art

3D plate wall art

3D plate wall art is an ideal thing for kitchen walls. Just use any textured background in rectangular or square frames with an old artistic plate. Source: smithfamilyhome

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Vintage tool wall art

There must be some vintage kitchen tools that you dont want to throw in trash bin. Get them hanged inside a photo frame with vintage looks for an interesting piece of wall art. Source: shelterness

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Hanky Wall Art

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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Tablecloth wall art

Tablecloth wall art

In this comfy dining room, tablecloths stand in for wall art. Simply stretch and frame sections of tablecloth in frames painted fun, bright colors. Leave the glass off one frame and hot-glue a starfish to the center. This is great rehab for stained cloths destined for the trash. Source: meredith

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Quotes wall decoration

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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