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  • Crystal Newton

    a yard of your favorite fabric and a few different size canvas and staple. Great idea for wall art!

  • Jenn Iid

    Fabric art! Cool idea!

  • Pat Nelson

    Fabric Covered Canvas- great wall decor! Idea for Bathroom Jill!

  • Kandace Clegg-Lewis

    cute. could be an easy DIY project.. (fabric + different sized canvas)

  • Lisa Clark

    Awesome Wall Art idea~ If you love a fabric pattern but don't have a lot of yardage, use a yard or less to make striking wall art.

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