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Thread: something new for fusible web!

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    Rose Hall's Avatar
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    Hi everyone!

    I discovered you can iron fusible web to a wall! My nursery border is fabric and paper backed fusible ironed onto the wall to form a "wallpaper" border. It was SOO easy! Baby Malachi's (due any day!) nursery is in navy/white/NY Yankees.

    I also used fabric and fusible for my thank you cards--they were baby feet ironed onto plain card stock. I've gotten rave reviews for them!

    just thought I would pass on this amazing discovery--maybe others already know about it, but I didn't!!

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    what a neat idea!! I would have never thought about ironing it to a wall. You are very clever!!

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    Malachi is going to love his room! Congrats on the pending birth!

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    Wonderful idea!!
    Hope it all goes well with Malachi's birth!!!!

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    Great idea - now I wonder how hard it will be to remove in years to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marjpf
    Great idea - now I wonder how hard it will be to remove in years to come.
    It peels right off--I tried it in the closet before I painted. I hate to paint and didn't want to damage the walls in any way! Also, I knew then to put it up high so little fingers couldn't "pick" at it.
    Rose

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    Well, if it's easy to remove, I'm up for it. I love the look of borders, but hate removing them when I'm tired of looking at them.

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    What a cool idea!! I've got some border that doesn't want to stay up no matter what I try but I'd never thought about fusing it. I'll try it the next time it decides to come down.

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    Very good idea, but HOW ABOUT THOSE YANKEES? I just love the yankees and CANO

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    cute idea

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