In my last post I shared the exciting news that I had an article on "How to make and use water slide decals" in The November 2011 issue of Romantic Homes Magazine
OK, I have finally calmed down. Thank you for all of your sweet comments!
Now, I get to show you the water slide decal projects I have been working on, I have been dying to show you, but didn't think it would be appropriate until the magazine came out
The complete tutorial and all of the info is in the post I did last March on using water slide decals
Here was the subject, a little thrift store table
I painted it a light blue then laid a paper doily I sprayed with temporary adhesive and used it as a stencil. I covered the center of the doily with a cardboard circle.
Then used a make up sponge and craft paint to lightly blot on some brown paint
I printed a graphic from the fabulous Graphics Fairy onto water slide decal paper, and applied it to the center of the table
I put on two coats of wipe on poly acrylic and put it in my booth at Orange Tree where it sold immediately
Just think of all of the furniture projects you could do!
I have a question..So many of you inquired about purchasing decal paper, I am thinking of selling blank water slide decal paper at The Polka Dot Closet (My on line store), but wanted to see if there was any interest as I would have to buy in large quantities to get the best price. The online stores charge so much for shipping. I would make it competitive and shipping from The Polka Dot Closet is only $2.99. I'm not looking for any kind of a commitment, just your thoughts!
I have more water slide decal projects to show you so....Stay tuned!
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