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Paper wall art

This pixelated paper wall art is not at all ahrd to do at home. Use rectangular pieces of paper in different shades of a color to create the pixel effect with lighter and darker tones. Source: architechtureartdesigns

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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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Dry Flower wall decoration

  This quintessential way to display dried flowers is with a drying rack on your wall! It brings forth all of the ambiance of nature, a simpler way of life and it exudes charm. Source: etsy

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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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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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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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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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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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