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I want a picture collage on my wall?

I recently redid my room, and there is a blank wall that just seems really boring and blank! The artistic person I am, I want to do a collage of something within my interests, but I don't have any ideas! Help on what I could do?

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Get a cork board and thumbtacks or a metal board and some magents. That way you can rotate through whatever images you want, whenever you want.

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If your parents will let you, just get some wallpaper glue and start pasting pictures up there. Magazine cut-outs, posters, drawings, etc.

Or, when you find something you like, frame it and put it up. Having similar frames in a bunch of different sizes and shapes looks really nifty.

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I found an old window that had 6 glass panes . The glass panes are 8 by 10 inches, so I used some panes for large pictures and others for a collage of small ones., The window can be painted or if it is kind of old with peeling paint,, it would be considered art nouveau and very stylish. Just tape your pictures to pieces of paper that fit it to the glass and use some cardboard to keep the pictures in place from the back. It is easy to do.The fun is finding an unusual window that someone is throwing away:)

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Check on Pinterest. There are some great ideas on there. Like giant wall clock w the hands pointing to pics.

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If your parents let you, but they don't want you gluing things to the wall or anything, you can visit your local crafts store or Walmart and buy those Giant poster boards that are like really thick paper and use those to glue the pictures and your idea onto so if when you move, you can take it with you and not have to re-do the whole thing again!

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try getting poster boards and taping or gluing the pictures on, then mounting the poster boards on the wall .that way if you move, you can just take the poster boards down, and still have the pics.

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