DIY Wall Picture Collage by đź’—Nunita Niceđź’— - Musely
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DIY Wall Picture Collage

posted in Home & Garden
10/19/2015
  • Here are all the things that I bought.
    (all found at walmart)
    This entire project was under $20. My kind of project!
    *pictures you want to use (I had free prints from Costco)
    * 2 20Ă—30 foam core boards (I got two black ones $2.88 each)
    *poster hanger thingies ($2.44)
    *foam brushes ($.97)
    *double sided tape ($3)
    *mod podge (I already had some)

  • First I drew out a plan..
    First I drew out a plan..
  • Then I cut some computer paper first, and made sure it would work before I cut up my pictures.
    Then I cut some computer paper first, and made sure it would work before I cut up my pictures.
  • Then I went to work cutting my 4Ă—6 pictures into 4 inch squares.
    Then I went to work cutting my 4Ă—6 pictures into 4 inch squares.
  • I then laid them all out on the floor in the order that I wanted them, and then taped them down with double sided tape.
    I then laid them all out on the floor in the order that I wanted them, and then taped them down with double sided tape.
  • This is the scary part… cause it feels like you are about to ruin the pictures!
but don’t worry.. it does dry clear.
I had glossy mod podge that I’ve had since high school-
but I wish I would have used matte mod podge.
My dried collage glares a bit, and the old stuff was chunky.
    This is the scary part… cause it feels like you are about to ruin the pictures!
    but don’t worry.. it does dry clear.
    I had glossy mod podge that I’ve had since high school-
    but I wish I would have used matte mod podge.
    My dried collage glares a bit, and the old stuff was chunky.
  • I have since bought some matte stuff, but I don’t know if I dare go over everything with another coat.

    I have since bought some matte stuff, but I don’t know if I dare go over everything with another coat.
  • I let it dry overnight..
and hung it up the next morning.
Here’s the view from the living room….
    I let it dry overnight..
    and hung it up the next morning.
    Here’s the view from the living room….

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