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So excited to try this! Perfect for over my couch :)

I see these old paintings at goodwill all the time that are not really my style but I hate the idea of them going to waste. This is a great way to use those paintings and keep the original art but flare it up for your own home!

Frame fabric after making pillows - spray paint frame to match

Dip big and small round sponge brushes in paint and sponge onto canvas after painting stems.

Love this project! Thin wood, Scrapbook paper, gloss, and ribbon! WOW! Looks like the real tiles. Oh the endless possibilities

For easy and inexpensive decorating, make wall art using fabric, t-shirts, bed linens, bandanas, or other favorite fabrics. From modern wall art to kid's room décor, this video will have you redecorating in minutes, making custom décor tailored to your tastes and your budget.

Metal repair tape cut with scissors and adhered in geometric patterns to plain art canvases produces gallery-worthy art.

Transfer any image to anything (fabric and wood) using this process. Can you imagine the possibilities?

Who knew!? You can actually iron fabric to the wall and it will peel right off when you're ready to make a change!! This lady has lots of other cute ideas too :)

Fabric attached to the wall with liquid starch...peels right off if you move. Awesome for rental homes and dorm rooms.