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1  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Cheap backsplash for stove on: February 11, 2004 08:54:38 PM
My stove is next to a wall that is painted white.  Needless to say, I get it dirty from cooking.  I made a cheap backsplash/wall protector from a piece of poster board and some wallpaper border.  I cut the poster board in half lengthwise and centered the border on each piece, using Elmer's glue thinned with water.  Scrape out air bubbles with a credit card.  Lay them on a flat surface, covered with books, to dry flat.  When dry, tack them on the walls and you won't have to worry about wiping off white walls.  You could use wallpaper or wallpaper border.
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