Recipe for "Paste" for Removable Fabric Wall Art

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Several years ago I found a recipe for a home made "paste" solution that you could soak fabric in and then hang on the wall. (Ex: cut out balloons and bears.)


When you wanted to change the decoration, you just simply grab a corner of the fabric and pulled it off. No damage was done to the wall Sometime a light cleaning with hot water was needed to get a small amount of "paste" residue off the wall.

I can't remember the ingredients to this solution. It may have had corn starch or fabric starch. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

Missy from OK

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By Sandy (Guest Post)
July 17, 20050 found this helpful

Friend recently covered bathroom walls with fabric. Used liquid starch full strength- soaked fabric - let most drip off and apply to wall, smoothe over fabric and let dry. She has done this before and said when tired of pattern- just peal off and wash wall. Looks great.

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