All you need after that is a printer and maybe a frame if you fancy.
If you have roommates or live with a significant other, add theirs to the collection too!
They’re free from Celebrity Merch.
(Maybe ones you don’t reach for very frequently, unless you don’t mind moving your house plants around on the reg).
You can use scraps you already have lying around or paint chips. Get these directions here.
Use removable poster tape or painters’ tape to minimize wall damage.
Get it here.
Download them here.
Download them from Primer Magazine.
Comma perks of being a. Find them here.
Who even needs these now that GPS is a thing, amirite? Get the directions for this project here, although I did this in my apartment without the frames and it still looks pretty rad.
Check out the directions here.
Even if *you* don’t have a printer for all of these, chances are your office does/your friend does/your friends’ office does/you can spring for a couple bucks to have Staples do it.
Mount them on canvas, in the unlikely event you have any, or just squares of cardboard cut from old boxes.
Get the directions here.
Attach a bunch using duct tape for a custom rug, or display them individually.
A lot of places will give out wallpaper samples for free as well!
Here is how they did it.
It’s a step above taping torn covers to your dorm room walls.