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Cut up a cheap poster and mod podge it onto small canvases- looks like expensive art work :) @ Home Improvement Ideas

Cut up a cheap poster and mod podge it onto small canvases- looks like expensive art work. This poster is hideous, but damn it that mod podge!

Make your own photo canvas prints to save money.  #instagram photos are great for this!

Stretch Your Dollar: DIY Instagram Canvas Prints

Make your own photo canvas prints to save money. photos are great for this! Make your own photo canvas prints to save money. photos are great for this!

Way cheaper than buying wooden letters for everything!  Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas! (great step by step on how to do this, and which paint works best)

DIY: Puffy Paint Letters Make raised letters for craft projects: print out the font you want and place wax paper over it. Trace letters with puffy paint, let dry, then use mod podge to secure letters to canvas, etc.

How flippin awesome is this?!

Going to try this when we decorate our bedroom! Looks brilliant, maybe not the heart shape but the idea of photo wall above your bed.

DANDELION Wall Art Flower Black White Chalkboard Custom

DANDELION Wall Art Prints Flower CANVAS Black White by TRMdesign. This would be cute done as a headboard. If I can't get the headboard I really want then this would be a cute alternative ~!

The artwork is done with hot glue and a marker! It was very inexpensive, as I used left over house paint, a half price canvas, hot glue for a 3 D effect, and a Marks A Lot marker.

DIY -- The artist said: The artwork is done with hot glue and a marker! It was very inexpensive, as I used left over house paint, a half price canvas, hot glue for a 3 D effect, and a Marks A Lot marker.

Print a Photo onto tissue to modge podge onto canvas! So Neat :)

{DIY} Photo Canvas Wall Art = Transfer onto Canvas by printing photo onto tissue paper & mod podge onto canvas! Supplies: Canvas Printer *with ink* :) Tissue Paper Regular printer paper Scissors Tape Mod-Podge Brush

Canvas photo prints using normal computer printer and mod podge/canvas boards. SO COOL!

Mod Podge Canvas Photo Prints

Canvas photo prints using normal computer printer and mod podge/canvas boards. - using laser paper in an inkjet printer

Wall art using styrofoam and scrapbook paper  (is it foam board?) cute and quick color splash...would be easy to rearrange and switch out the art seasonally!  Like this idea

save lids to things (like old shoe boxes) and cover with fabric to make decorative wall arrangements! Just glue or staple the fabric (could even use scrapbook paper) and hang! ** Cute idea using your fav fabric to hang in your sewing room!

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