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How to make fabric confetti decals

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How to make removable fabric confetti decals inexpensively and in less than two hours

The blank wall behind Adriano’s crib in his nursery has been on my mind. I didn’t want to spend much money, but it really needed something. I decided on colorful dots. Confetti will add some fun and color!

I used spray starch I bought from the dollar store and leftover fabric from the Ikea curtain’s in his old room. I updated his wall for one dollar and in less than two hours!

How to make removable fabric confetti decals inexpensively in an hour and a half

Tools needed

  • scrap fabric
  • pen
  • scissors
  • spray starch

Tools to make removable fabric confetti decals

Time

1.5 hours

Instructions

  1. I used the lid of the spray starch as my stencil and traced around it onto the fabric.
  2. Cut out your circle. Be careful to cut off your pen marks.
  3. Spray starch onto your circle. It needs to be saturated, but not dripping.
  4. Apply the circle to the wall.

How to make fabric confetti decals with starch spray

Tip: Find a fabric that doesn’t have the exact same color in the pattern that you have on the wall. It makes the dot a different shape. For example, my wall is white and when I put up a red and white dot it just looked like a funky red shape, not a dot.

That’s it. Spray starching fabric on the wall is an idea that’s been around a long time — probably because it’s so easy! It peels right off and leaves no residue on the wall. Just wipe clean with a damp cloth.

Removable fabric confetti decals with starch spray

 

DIY spray starch wall decals

 

Easy cheap decals you can put up in an hour and a half

Now Luca wants them in his room …

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