Chocolate Covered Strawberries
tutorial - clipboard covered with scrapbook paper and cork
painted wood blocks
Accessory Holder. Canvas covered with fabric.
Handmade and hand painted Christmas and winter crafts.
painted frames + scrapbook paper printed with days of the week + dry erase marker = planner.
Art project: acrylic paint, sharpies and scrapbook paper
this cutie is made of paper covered wood and she's got a free download for the pattern-go get it...
Decorating canvas as a scrapbook page. :)
Unpainted Wooden Letters | Unpainted Wood Letters | Large Wood Letters | Small Wood Letters
Just made this for my sisters new baby girls room out of painted wooden letters and scrapbook sticke...
Hobby Lobby letters and scrap wood, painted and sanded -- so many possibilities
painted rock letters
paper mache letters covered with pennies... Think I'm going to spell "lucky" with my Luc...
Black spray painted frames above the fireplace hold scrapbook paper. For a 3-D effect, install the m...
Wood letters Helvetica
Canvas/piece of wood covered with wall paper. Add knobs. Simply made jewelry holder.
Target Painted Canvas Forest Dawn
pattern covered letters
Wood and paper
Number wall art - easiest thing to do in a nursery! Paper cutout numbers on painted canvas
Inexpensive frames spray painted with scrapbook paper and card stock used for the letters. Cute way ...
Printing Letters on Wood
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom crown love the letters cut out of scrapbook paper
Henry created the number 100 while playing with sand! I had Henry write the number 100 on a piece of...
Wood slices - as a canvas!
Pretty Witch Wall Hanging The Victorians placed life-size painted wood figurals on their lawns ho...
Covered letters tutorial
Wood panel and painted headboard
cute scrapbook letters for nursery
Wood Covered Fireplace Surround
These BOO blocks are no longer for sale but would be easy to make with wood blocks, old book pages, ...
DIY painted canvas
Painted interior wood siding.
A shoe box covered in white paper makes the perfect canvas to create a play dough cake.
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