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gramadinah Posted - Jan 19 2015 : 1:12:10 PM

This was easy and fun.


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Pokeyfire Posted - Oct 17 2015 : 2:31:30 PM
That's one great lookin' wall.
Love the fabric, idea and tips. Thank you. :0)
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marthajane Posted - Sep 29 2015 : 10:46:07 PM
LOVE that fabric!! Any chance you have any scrap leftovers? Even a sliver of that would make nice ribbon! Or a supplier who sells that? Thank you!

levisgrammy Posted - Apr 08 2015 : 09:33:17 AM
My daughter did two of the walls in my granddaughter's bedroom with fabric. Looked awesome!

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peafarm Posted - Feb 16 2015 : 9:27:48 PM
hmmm...the possibilities...thanks for inspiring us!

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lovinRchickens Posted - Feb 09 2015 : 7:17:02 PM
I love it. I will give it a try I think.

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gramadinah Posted - Feb 09 2015 : 2:44:01 PM
Spray bottle and then used a dry 4 inch paint brush to smooth out.
The cotton was easy I did a burlap one too I had to use a lot more staples with it. I got it up but the spray method was really messy.


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Mountain Girl Posted - Feb 09 2015 : 1:03:29 PM
What I love about using liquid starch is if you get sick of it or what to change your theme it peels right off. I tend to change my mind a lot
marjean Posted - Feb 09 2015 : 12:52:57 PM
Did you spray on the liquid starch or brush it on?

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Calicogirl Posted - Jan 23 2015 : 11:49:22 PM
Looks great Diana :)

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Joanna Posted - Jan 20 2015 : 4:45:44 PM
Thanks for the information!

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ceejay48 Posted - Jan 19 2015 : 4:21:19 PM
I did something very similar to that by covering almost all of the cupboard doors in the glamper trailer with fabric. However, I used Mod Podge and the result is great!

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MaryJane Posted - Jan 19 2015 : 3:48:35 PM
Love the look! We're big fans of fabric walls.

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gramadinah Posted - Jan 19 2015 : 2:31:35 PM
Liquid starch. It worked like a dream and cheap and easy to clean up.
Pre wash/dry your fabric to shrink.
have a very sharp razor knife and good scissors for back up.

My mind is going crazy with what to do next.


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Joanna Posted - Jan 19 2015 : 1:45:21 PM
I have read different articles on how to do this. What method did you use? What did you use to stick it to the wall? I was thinking about doing something like this in my kitchen, too.

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