Vinyl wall lettering and designs are everywhere these days. One reason they're such a hit is that they're removable. If you like removable (i.e. change your mind a lot), here is another very easy way to decorate a room wall. We’ve been wanting to try this since seeing it here.
Using liquid starch and fabric you can temporarily cover a wall without damaging it. You can wallpaper the whole wall like Michael Miller did (can you say pricey?) or you can "appliqué" small pictures like we did. We used Sta-Flo liquid starch, but you can also make your own starch. There are so many laundry starch recipes on the internet to choose from, like this one. Avoid recipes that use sugar so you don’t attract bugs (yuck!).
Ideas for baby/kid rooms could include bugs and dinosaurs for boys and maybe princess crowns, flowers, or hearts for girls. For a more sophisticated room, try spots or swirls, or wallpaper the entire wall in your favorite Amy Butler fabric. With all the amazing fabrics out there, the options are limitless!
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