Something for the livingroom, or hallway..

Fabric or scrapbook paper for a background with a painted initial in an open frame. A different shaped white frame for each initial of her monogram?

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Curtain Rod Picture Display- front door area This is a cute idea for hanging pictures.

Framed fabric wall art. Oh the possibilities. I see this in baby girl colors and fabric with AMM in them :-)

Fabric or scrapbook paper for a background with a painted initial in an open frame . could do green glittery spray painted frame with black background & green S

Paint the canvas. Put down the leaf. Spray paint over the entire canvas. Will leave the leaf silhouette in the original color.

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Artwork made from spray painted v silhouette leaves. paint canvas the color you want the leaves. put leaves on canvas and spray paint the background color you want. remove leaves and you will see the color come through.

Fam organize

Make a wipe-off weekly menu board in your room with a picture frame and your favorite scrapbook paper. To change the look for the season or to match your new room decor, simply just change the scrapbook paper.

easy and beautiful

Painted doilies mod-podged to canvas, cheap adorable art. Or, use the doilies as stamps, then there's no mod lodge (expensive) and you could do a little craft party and share Everyone's doilies.

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Love this! Great way to dress up those ugly plastic drawers! Plastic Drawers ReDo with step by step directions! I have those plastic drawers!

Really big DIY wall art using styrofoam and fabric. Also on the page is a tutorial to make your own painting using styrofoam, canvas drop cloth and random paint. Love the idea after we've painted a few rooms, to use the different colors to create a gigantic painting that ties the rooms together. - styrofoam for my letters! Yes!

How to make fabric wall hangings. Looks like fabric covered canvas. The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking: Simple, Thrifty DIY Art