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fun for renters...

d*s reader leah shared a great project she had for parents who are renters. she had a good friend who wasn't allowed to paint her home so she made these cute winnie the pooh characters for her out of foam core and fabric. "i drew the basic shapes of pooh, piglet and tiger on foam core, cut them out with a craft razor, then covered them in graphic print fabric that i felt "looked" like the three characters. i used spray fabric adhesive to adhere the fabric to the foam core. she'll use 3M sticky tape to stick the characters to the wall. the project cost me only about $30 bucks since i used fabric remnants." such a great idea; i love the yellow fabric she used for pooh. thanks for sharing, leah!



Blogger D. said...

That is a great idea! It looks spectacular.

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My friend Lisa did something very similar for me in college, except with construction paper instead of fabric. Looks great!

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could you please advise - what did she do around the edges, leave them bare? Or did she pull the fabric from fron to back?


11:26 AM  
Blogger lowcountrydogleah said...

Leah here - yes I did just pull the fabric around the edges. The spray adhesive works really well. Just pull the excess fabric around the sides and glue it to the back. Hope that helps!

11:54 AM  
Anonymous linda said...

Wow - that's brilliant! And oh so cute!

12:16 AM  

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