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  • Kim Christensen

    (Beware of putting fabric on walls that haven't been sized--believer me, I did this in my laundry room for "practice" and pulled off the paper covering the dry wall--needless to say, not happy and good lesson learned! )Good idea for someone renting an apartment who can't paint the walls. This is Fabic attached to the wall with liquid starch.

  • Tammie Chandler

    Fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch. GREAT for apartments you can't paint. Dorm rooms accent walls in your own house, borders love love love this have done this many times never fails! Great way to add stripes to a wall!!!

  • Allie Kruk

    Fabric Wall Art With Liquid Starch

  • Lorna Josiah

    Good idea when you can't paint the walls. This is fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch. Awesome accent wall!

  • Jenni Wright

    This is Fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch. Cool idea

  • Fatuma Omar

    fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch, great idea for removable wall art in place of wallpaper.

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