Attention all decorator enthusiasts and home renters! Melanie, over at Sewing for Scarlett, shares an ingenious way to make your own wall decals that won’t damage your walls! Most people have already heard of using liquid starch to adhere fabric decals to the walls, but that can get messy! Thankfully, Melanie shows us another way–by iron!
Instead of using liquid starch, Melanie uses fusible webbing. Smart!
She then cuts out the decal with the shape of her choice. The beauty of DIYs is its versatility and how you can control the end design! Here is Mr. Birdie being made…
And the best part is, this project is for all shapes and sizes … like this giraffe here:
The giraffe now has a feathered friend – the adorable bird! And all it took was some fabric, webbing and an iron! Super economical, super versatile! Check out Melanie’s blog for detailed instructions on this DIY! Thanks Melanie for showing us another way to decorate our walls economically! Hey, tomorrow I am sharing pics of my recent cooking class adventure (yep, I took a cooking class – and it was YUUUUMMY!).
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