We did one backsplash seven different ways all easy, all cheap and all can be removed in a matter of minutes, which makes them perfect for renters or anyone looking to change their kitchen decor.
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Take this idea and run with it. We used maps, but you could use wrapping paper, comic strips, magazine covers, whatever. Cut a thin piece of plywood to the exact wall size, glue the paper on top, then apply shellac. When it's dry, attach the plywood to the wall.
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