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3D Plate Wall Art

Combine two types of wall art, shadowboxes and plates- for a distinctive way to dress up a blank wall with 3D plate wall art. Line the shadowboxes with colorful papers or fabrics, then mount coordinating plates inside the boxes with a strong adhesive. Source; bhg

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Books Wall Art

Round up a collection of worn or unreadable books with fun covers. Remove the covers and hang them in frames for a literary-theme wall art for kids room or living room. Or, if you want to keep the books intact, scan the covers and print on photo paper. Source: meredith

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Printed Canvas Wall art

Floor-to-ceiling printed canvas wall art stretched around a frame looks great in the center of  a living room. To make your own oversize artwork, stretch fabric around a canvas frame, available at crafts stores. Source: bhg

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Kids Room wall Decoration

Dress up a bare wall in kids room with variations on a single decorating theme. The small print hanging directly above the desk was the inspiration for this bird-theme desk space. A large painting above the shelf draws attention to the space and ties together the whole look. Source: bhg

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Plate Wall Art

Here is a creative plate wall art idea. Extend the height of furnishings underneath by hanging platters on the wall overhead. This small cupboard, elevated on a small table, looks almost regal with the addition of three platters lined up on top. Source: meredith

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Fabric and paper wall art

You can put the fabric or paper pieces into inexpensive picture frames to hang in a series for this lovely fabric and paper wall art. Wrap fabric tautly around a blank canvas frame, and then staple it to the backside. Or, use decoupage medium, a clear drying glue, to adhere paper scraps to plain china […]

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Hand Drawn Wall Art

Even if your art skills are elementary, doodle on! With a marker in hand you can create one-of-a-kind hand drawn wall artfor kids room or living room. Write a favorite quote, song lyric, or poem on a fabric scrap then frame, and enjoy. Draw a simple picture, then employ a blending technique to make it something truly special. Source: […]

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Letters Wall Art

Practice your A, B, C’s with this quirky letters wall art piece. Prime a piece of scrap wood and paint the background the color of your choice; let dry. Scour a junk drawer for small- to medium-size items that could work as letterforms. Source: bhg

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