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  • Connie Flaskerud

    Tulip fabric spray paint at Michaels! Re-do ugly fabric. Overview: This chair project cost roughly $40 (the chair was a $5 find, and it required 5 bottles of Tulip fabric spray paint @$6.79/bottle). The paint isn't rough or crunchy feeling. Whether the paint fades or transfers with use remains to be seen. But off the top I'd say this is a good DIY idea for garage sale or thrift store finds. =)

  • Karen DeFranceschi

    Tulip Fabric Spray paint to cover an old chair, awesome idea!

  • Vicki D

    (link) Tulip Fabric Spray Paint Chair ~ (she) bought this chair at (her) thrift store for $5. ... freshen the look & color with Fabric Paint! ~ if you buy the 4oz tulip fabric paint and put it in a spray bottle with water (two parts paint to one part water) it works just as well as the spray paint and its more quantity for less money. Have used it on t-shirts and have washed them ~ they are still good as new. its a money saving option that is good for big jobs

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