Fabric Wall Border

Here’s a quick and easy alternative to wall paper, paint, stenciling, etc… It’s amazingly simple and completely removable and reusable

hooray for fabric!
I had so much fun with this. You’ll need:
– Fabric
-Paint brush
1. Cut out your design pieces from the fabric. I used the circles and the diamonds. The circles are about 3″ in diameter

2. Add 1 TB cornstarch to 1 cup water. Stir until the cornstarch is completely dissolved and then boil until it turns opaque and about the consistency of shampoo.

3. Paint your fabric pieces on both sides

4. Stick to the wall and you’re done. Ta- dah!

When you’re ready to redecorate they peel right off. You can wipe away any cornstarch residue with a wet cloth.

8 Responses

  1. So that’s how you did it. I am def going to do this. If I post my completed stuff on my blog I will link back to you. Your blog is really amazing!

  2. I am just dropping by from U-Create and had to tell you what a great idea that is! My mind is spinning with decorating possibilities. I saw something similar to this but using Heat n’ Bond. This would be even cheaper and I already have all the ingredients! Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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