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I love this tutorial for DIY Fabric Wall Decals. It is a fun spring/Easter DIY project idea. It really could be modified to be used all year round!
Spring Wall Fabric Decals:
Fabric of your choice
Steam A Seam (I found it at Hobby Lobby for $4.99 for 5 sheets, I only used 1 for this project)
Printables of your choice (click here for the bunny and chick)
Step 1: Print our your image of choice. I’m using Martha Stewart’s clip art from her website
Step 3. (It is helpful to also follow the directions on the Steam A Seam package) Retrace your image onto the paper lining that sticks to the Steam A Seam. There is another sheet that will come away easily, you do not want to trace on that sheet.
Step 4: Once your image is traced remove the sheet that falls away easily from the adhesive. Place the adhesive side on the reverse side of your fabric. If it doesn’t stick you may want to lightly iron the fabric and replace the adhesive side of your image again.
Step 5. Carefully cut out your image and fabric. I recommend using fabric scissors.
Step 6: Once your image is totally cut out, carefully peel the protective sheet from the fabric.
Step 7: Position your decal on the wall. It will be sticky enough that you can try re-position the decal if you need to before ironing it on the wall.
Step 8: Carefully iron the decal on the wall to adhere. The decal is removable after ironing, but may lose its adhesive if you try and re-iron it back on the wall.
Imagine the possibilities with any image and any fabric of your choice!! Spring Wall Fabric Decals are a fun spring or Easter DIY project idea. It could be modified for all year round!
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