Did you or your kids ever think of being a modern Michelangelo by creating artwork on a wall? Of course not, because your spouse would do harm to you (and you’d scold your kids) if anyone tried. Well, put down the battle axe, because help has arrived in the form of Tempaper DIY Art Wallpaper. It’s a peel-and-stick wall covering that comes blank and ready to take paint, crayon, pencil, marker, pastel and just about anything else you can throw at it.
Tempaper is as easy to install as it is to uninstall. Just remove the backing along the top edge and roll it down your wall, pressing with your hands to smooth it out as it sticks. No glues, pastes, water or brushes are needed, and yet it will stay put until you’re ready to move on. To take it off just pull from a corner and let ‘er rip.
Since it’s self-adhesive, you can use the paper not only on walls, but on any smooth surfaces in good condition, such as doors, cabinet faces, ceilings, and paneling. For best results surfaces should be primed or painted with an eggshell or satin finish; the paper is not recommended for applying to matte or flat finishes.
Tempaper is made in the U.S.A. and sold in a roll of 20 1/2 inches wide x 33 feet long (52.1 x 1005.9 cm) for a total of 56.37 square feet (5.2 m2).