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Dining Room DIY Art on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
 

Dining Room DIY Art on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

View as slideshow More Browse More Signed in as maccfree         ( 1 new )    Help     Sign Out Dining Room DIY Art Rasterbator image in the dining room.  Comments snackinabox says: Cherry blossoms? Posted 38 months ago. ( permalink ) Yeppers! Posted 30 months ago. ( permalink ) sneakerpimp84 says: Are those painted tiles? Posted 22 months ago. ( permalink ) le garçon sous les peupliers says: How did you do? I know the program, but for the rest? Posted 18 months ago. ( permalink ) I took one of my fav pictures and had it rasterbatored. That means that they blow it up to the size you want and then you print it out. I used faint pencil lines to see where to place each image and then Mod Podged the paper onto the canvas. Very cheap but very pretty, imho. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rasterbation Posted 18 months ago. ( permalink ) le garçon sous les peupliers says: Thanks ! Posted 18 months ago. ( permalink ) Add your comment Share This Share this photo Enter email addresses or a contact's screen name: Add a message ? Message: Grab the link Here's a link to this photo. Just copy and paste! Grab the HTML Copy and paste the code below: Blog it                   Guest Passes let you share your photos that aren't public. Anyone can see your public photos anytime, whether they're a Flickr member or not. But! If you want to share photos marked as friends, family or private, use a Guest Pass. If you're sharing photos from a set, you can create a Guest Pass that includes any of your photos marked as friends, family, or private. If you're sharing your entire photostream, you can create a Guest Pass that includes photos marked as friends or family (but not your private photos). Learn more about Guest Passes! [ ? ] This photo also belongs to:
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Margaret Everton added this to Decorating with Paper
Use inspiration from your own life for your art. You can have your photographs blown up into large poster sizes, cut them, and display them either close together in a frame like this, or slightly space and individually tacked without a frame. You can also create an entire black and white photo gallery by having photos blown up and placed as a kind of exhibit in your living room...

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maranda_smith added this to Living Room Ideas
December 17, 2013
Love this
kenda_tanasia added this to kenda_tanasia's ideas
December 16, 2013
The blown up picture idea.
nmenotti added this to Decoupage ideas
October 13, 2013
photo
ydelile added this to fireplace
September 17, 2013
Use inspiration from your own life for your art. You can have your photographs blown up into large poster sizes, cut them, and display them either close together in a frame like this, or slightly space and individually tacked without a frame. You can also create an entire black and white photo gallery by having photos blown up and placed as a kind of exhibit in your living room...
ruthkirer added this to ruthkirer's ideas
March 11, 2013
Use inspiration from your own life for your art. You can have your photographs blown up into large poster sizes, cut them, and display them either close together in a frame like this, or slightly space and individually tacked without a frame. You can also create an entire black and white photo gallery by having photos blown up and placed as a kind of exhibit in your living room...
clarisuk added this to just ideas
February 6, 2013
Use inspiration from your own life for your art. You can have your photographs blown up into large poster sizes, cut them, and display them either close together in a frame like this, or slightly space and individually tacked without a frame. You can also create an entire black and white photo gallery by having photos blown up and placed as a kind of exhibit in your living room...
melissamcconomy added this to Living room
November 20, 2012
Use inspiration from your own life for your art. You can have your photographs blown up into large poster sizes, cut them, and display them either close together in a frame like this, or slightly space and individually tacked without a frame. You can also create an entire black and white photo gallery by having photos blown up and placed as a kind of exhibit in your living room
nadiavieira added this to sala
October 4, 2012
Hacer con una foto
sakura575 added this to sakura575's Ideas
September 18, 2012
Painting
ruartsy2 added this to art ideas
March 28, 2012
intense...lovely
xexe added this to xexe's ideas
March 18, 2012
nice
elledean82 added this to elledean82's ideas
March 3, 2012
this
acowsert added this to acowsert's ideas
February 2, 2012
great art idea
sophiarox07 added this to sophiarox07's Favorites
January 1, 2012
Painting
awelden added this to apartment
December 13, 2011
pic. can match room color though
cosmicgirl69 added this to cosmicgirl69's Favorites
July 25, 2011
Love it
deboracamuso added this to deboracamuso's ideas
February 23, 2011
block poster ppated on a canvas
chreistd added this to chreistd's ideas
November 19, 2010
Creating Wall Art
rbrennergoldstein added this to rbrennergoldstein's ideas
November 14, 2010
fun idea for photo
miti1 added this to miti1's ideas
May 5, 2010
Use inspiration from your own life for your art. You can have your photographs blown up into large poster sizes, cut them, and display them either close together in a frame like this, or slightly space and individually tacked without a frame. You can also create an entire black and white photo gallery by having photos blown up and placed as a kind of exhibit in your living room... -Idea from TXRANCHGIRL - Image from Dining Room DIY Art on Flickr Great idea!
Redesign Diva added this to redesigndiva's ideas
February 10, 2010
danico added this to danico's ideas
January 25, 2010
photo idea
wfasching added this to wfasching's ideas
January 24, 2010
photograph
csumme added this to living room
January 24, 2010
canvas picture
Mac Free added this to macfree's ideas
December 30, 2009
Art
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