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    Focal Point for bedroom wall. Attach fabric to your wall with liquid starch - 20 Easy DIY Wall Art Ideas

  • Lisa Mahin

    fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch... peels right off... apartment or seasonal decorator awesomeness....

  • 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!!!

  • Lisa Mezik

    Fabric attached with liquid starch. Removable. Bedrooms, dorm rooms of the future....

  • Parker Seilstad

    Fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch. GREAT for apartments you can't paint. Cool idea!

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  • Paula Carley

    It may have been hard to do, but it looks beautiful. Just may have to try it in a small bathroom.

  • Madelyn Brazeal

    Wonder what it is like to wash all that starch off the wall when it is time to remove it. Looks good though.

  • Tracey J Shanklin

    Madelyn Brazeal, it's not hard at all! just use a very wet cloth and Voila! I did however encounter a bit of a problem when I used a fabric that was too heavy. It's also not a lot of work, but the key as indicated earlier, is to use very light weight fabric.

  • Madelyn Brazeal

    Thanks Tracey. Could be a project for me.

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