Easy and Inexpensive Kitchen backsplash

tiling was not an option for me. Working on a backsplash alone, while watching 3 children under the age of 5, it was just not an option. While working on this project, I was able to do it as time allowed and still have a working kitchen. Also the look for the price could not be beaten. Follow the link for step by step instruction.

wipeable/washable wallpaper
make sure the wall is even, patch any holes/ major imperfections
make a template of the backsplash with scrap paper, in my case grocery ads
this wallpaper has a nice raised texture
final look

Daniela N
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  • Diane Taylor Noel Diane Taylor Noel on May 01, 2017
    How did you do the corners? Did you have any shrinkage?

  • Laura Hart Ocker Laura Hart Ocker on May 05, 2017
    how did you get this wallpaper for $5?

  • KeDe KeDe on May 23, 2018

    How does it look now? I'm desperately needing a frugal backsplash idea, but I'm afraid this would look awful after 6 months of splashes and washing,...

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