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Place handprints in the shape of a heart and surround heart with kids pictures...put the word family in the center of the heart.

Place handprints in the shape of a heart and surround heart with kids pictures...put the word family in the center of the heart.

Caixotes de feira empilhados, formando uma mesa de cabeceira

Caixotes de feira empilhados, formando uma mesa de cabeceira

Mueble hecho con cajas de fruta

Mueble hecho con cajas de fruta

How To Make a DIY Gold Wire Memo Board | Tutorial

How To Make a DIY Gold Wire Memo Board | Tutorial

Hometalk :: Storage & Organization :: Grace Love's clipboard on Hometalk

Hometalk :: Storage & Organization :: Grace Love's clipboard on Hometalk

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Ditch The Whiteboard And Use Something That Looks Good Too!

Ditch The Whiteboard And Use Something That Looks Good Too!

This is another wanderlust creation.  My love of travel can be found all around my home.  This is a super easy project and a great way to keep track of different beaches that you visit. All you nee...

This is another wanderlust creation. My love of travel can be found all around my home. This is a super easy project and a great way to keep track of different beaches that you visit. All you nee...

5 Ways to Keep Your Collection From Looking Like Clutter | Decorating and Design Blog | HGTV

5 Ways to Keep Your Collection From Looking Like Clutter | Decorating and Design Blog | HGTV

Bender Photo Collage - I used a 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. Paint trim to match woodwork. This has been up 18 months and still smooth.

Bender Photo Collage - I used a 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. Paint trim to match woodwork. This has been up 18 months and still smooth.