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Jill Wolff Interior Design
8 Reviews
Breezy Brentwood
Ideabooks14,590
Questions17
Photo adhesives to panel on wall
“Great idea” — Dorothy Watts
Lauren Donaldson
Repurposed & Vintage Book Wall Art
Ideabooks208
Questions0
perfect for any room or space as a way to add interest and texture to a wall. http://www.laurenelisecrafted.com/blog/2011/4/12/featured-papernstitch-diy.html
photo secure by attaching it to a piece of card stock, and then use masking tape to attach it to the inside of the book so that the photo shows through the hole you've cut out. Donaldson suggests using masking tape instead of glue here, so you have the option of changing out the photo in the future. Attach
Attach your frames to the wall using tacky putty, Velcro tabs, or double-stick tape.
photo secure by attaching it to a piece of card stock, and then use masking tape to attach it to the inside of the book so that the photo shows through the hole you've cut out. Donaldson suggests using masking tape instead of glue here, so you have the option of changing out the photo in the future. Attach
“book binding wall cover” — mslnyc
Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design
11 Reviews
Miami Beach - Apartment by PepeCalderindesign - Miami interior designers -Modern
Ideabooks3,822
Questions4
I am thinking of hiring an artist to help me do this. What kind of glue/adhesive is used in the project that prevents the glue/adhesive from showing through? Thanks!
This was done by my glass mirror company they supply the glue And I trust my suppliers
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Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Mid-Century Modern Décor meets Bold Textiles in a Mississippi Home
Ideabooks1,084
Questions0
glue clothespins on a wall and hang pics
Ease of displaying photos without pinning or taping to the walls
“hallway” — originallyveronica
Jamie Laubhan-Oliver
The Olivers House
Ideabooks3,425
Questions2
boards by nailing, screwing or gluing the boards, but it's going to be the "annoyance versus how much you destroy your floor," Dawson says. In some cases he's been able to tighten the subfloor underneath the house with things like a 2-by-4 joist and construction adhesive. "It's not always successful,
“Love...rustic” — sheenavanc
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Hallway with Kids Artwork Displayed
Ideabooks7,496
Questions4
a little lighter and I used it throughout most of the open areas in the house. http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com/2012/01/our-last-house-paint-colors.html
During my housewide decluttering, everything was in play. Even my children's art and writing was sorted. If only gluing was involved, I was able to part with it, but if it was personal writing, especially if it said, "Mama, I love you," it automatically went into the
“daudz” — inga_ku
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