By now you know that I love the fabric store!
Whenever I shop….I find these wonderful hunks of fabric that just seem to find their way to “Sweetwater”!
Here is a fun and inexpensive way that I have found to use the fabric on the walls!
I had a big old frame with no glass that was sitting in the basement. I wrapped this great floral print around it and stapled it to the frame!
A good blogger would have a whole tutorial about how to do this….but seriously…you don’t need one…just stretch and staple!!!
In fact you could probably use your glue gun if you wanted to!
Sooo…even though it wasn’t quite big enough with the hem….so I took that out…ironed it flat…
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What a great idea, Mary. Very cute…love that summer fabric- xo Diana
What an awesome idea!!!
I'd like to invite you to link this (and any other projects/recipes) up with my Super Link Party!
I hope to see you there! 🙂
Great idea! I love the patterns you used.
hi i found you through fun friday blog hop and am now following you, i hope you can follow me back at baysbooks.blogspot.com thanks
Super Woman with Super Clever Ideas! She fights flaws and flubs with fabrics! Sorry about the terrible puns – it's getting late, but I did want to show my awe of your fabric cover-ups!
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haha, I'm laughing because I DID make a tutorial for this! But I used spray glue, and a duck. http://www.chickenscratchny.com/2012/01/cavnas-baby-decor.html
I love the print you used, thanks for sharing at What's Cluckin!
Great inspiration – cheap yet substantial impact. Thanks!
Hi! New follower here. Love the fabric wall art. I did the exact same thing to three canvas frames to make a bare entry wall pretty. So easy and makes a big impact for well under $20. I used the last bit of extra fabric for curtain ties. It looks great!
Great idea and easy too. New follower. Have a great weekend.
I love the outdoor wall art! That would probably cost so much to buy, but it is so cheap to make. I am stopping by from the weekend blog walk. I am a new follower. Hope to see you at True Aim. Thanks for sharing.
Great ideas. I wander through the fabric section and look at all the gorgeous patterns and lament my lack of sewing skills. Now I have an excuse to buy some!
I just pinned this!
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Very useful idea for making easy fabric wall art, the pictures you have added here looking beautiful, very nice keep it up.
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