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quick & crafty: removable shibori wall art

Room makeovers have certainly taken longer and longer to complete now that we have a little one in the picture. Almost 7 months after our family room revamp we are slowly but surely putting our finishing touches on this space. A few weeks ago we shared a great DIY floating frame tutorial that we used to frame a sweet concert poster we picked up from a local artist. And next week we have plans to share a couple DIY furniture pieces we finally got around to building (just in time for toy storage madness!). But for now I wanted to share this super quick and easy way to create shibori wall art!

When dip dying an indigo shibori style tablecloth a few months ago for one of our contribution projects, I decided to throw in a small extra piece of white fabric just for the heck of it (and since I had used up the whole kit). I figured having a little extra shibori dyed fabric around could come in handy. And it did! When I was changing things up for winter I removed the Leah Duncan fabric I had up on the wall (which was staple wrapped around a canvas frame) and grabbed another 16x20" canvas and simply taped my shibori fabric around the inside to create a removable work of art for the wall. So simply easy and you can't even tell it's just tape holding the fabric around the canvas. I haven't gotten tired of the print yet but if/when I do I can easily remove it and change it up for next time! I love the look with all the blues in this fun family space!

See more gallery wall ideas here!

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