Photo Memory Wallpaper

I used leftover photos from my scrapbook projects (even cut up pictures can be used). I made a memory wall for my son so he can look at pictures of fun times with friends and relatives everyday. The rest of the family enjoys it too.

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  1. Paint podge onto the back of photos being used and apply to wall.

  2. Collage the pictures as you like, overlapping them. Add as many as you like. I did the whole wall.

  3. After pictures are in place, paint the podge over top of the entire project. This will dry clear and flat.

  4. Optionally, hang a frame around a small grouping.

  5. If updating or adding pictures to your wall, simply repeat steps 1 - 3 right over top of the previously applied photos.

  6. Enjoy the conversation with your child each and everyday.

By Ginette from Mount Albert, ON

Editor's Note: This is a permanent not temporary decoration. When removed, the wall will need to be repainted.

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May 12, 20100 found this helpful

It's a fun way to connect and laugh together. A real conversation starter too!

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