Everyone knows that the best thing about having your own dorm room or bedroom is being able to decorate it however you want (well, usually). There are so many decoration options out there, but my personal favorite is a good photo collage. It’s the perfect way to show off your life, whether it’s photos of … Read More

15 Awesome DIY Photo Collage Ideas For Your Dorm Or Bedroom

By removing the glass interior and adding wire, you can elevate an old frame into a beautifully crafted photo collage-esque display. Bonus: Add string lights around the frame to create a soft glow. Get the tutorial at Anastasia Co.   - CountryLiving.com

11 Oh-So-Pretty Ways to Repurpose Old Picture Frames

By removing the glass interior and adding wire, you can elevate an old frame into a beautifully crafted photo collage-esque display. Bonus: Add string lights around the frame to create a soft glow. Get the tutorial at Anastasia Co. - CountryLiving.com

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Bender Photo Collage - I used a x canvas with blocks of Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it s

32 Photo Collage DIYs For Your Dorm Room, Apartment or House!

32 Photo Collage DIYs For a More Beautiful Home

Bender Photo Collage - 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. It still needs a light coat of our trim paint color. Maybe next week! ; )

Dicas de como usar fotos na decoração

Bender Photo Collage - x canvas with blocks of Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall.

Wall Picture Collage DIY tutorial. This entire project was about $20. Items are:  *48 pictures printed at Walmart .09¢ each (x 48= $4.60) , * 2 - 20×30 black foam core boards ($3 x2 = $6), *Command brand Poster Strips ($2.50), *foam brushes (.97¢), *double sided tape ($2), *Mod Podge ($5),

This might be an interesting solution for my idea of pictures on the wall, and you can expand it as well when you have new photos.

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