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Painting is usually a huge fucking bore but the folks over at The Painted House have created simple but unique paint rollers that allows its user to be more creative. Reviving the classic analog experience of printing with paint, The Painted House offers paint rollers that work on both walls and fabric.

Paper/Wall Applicator. (Courtesy of The Painted House.)

Fabric Applicator. (Courtesy of The Painted House.)

These rollers come in various designs and are perfect for giving off that old fashioned hand painted look. You can buy them → here. ← The Painted House also provides step-by-step guide for both the fabric and wall/paper rollers.

Courtesy of The Painted House.

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