If you happen to have a wallpaper sample book or just some wallpaper scraps lying around, this is a great way to use it! If you don't have wallpaper, have no fear, you can use scrapbook paper or even construction paper.
Picture Frame (I used the frame from this project)
Wallpaper (or other type of paper)
Scrap Paper (the size of the frame, plus the size of the "harp")
And there you have it! The harp would probably "pop" more if I'd used more contrasting papers, but it's more subtle the way it turned out.
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