Hi dear followers, today we want to share two beautiful decoration DIY project with you, its also cheap count but stylish, Let’s check the below;
Textiles on the wall! Sign up differently
Textiles sign up on the wall? Yes!
Ingredients: 1 half-meter screen, sharp scissors, printed letters, glue (or clear nail polish, point is that the fabric does not get frayed), corn starch, brush and bowl.
When I thought of what to do and where you want to write, you can print out the correct size of the letters, cut around it will be the template. We are going to the canvas with a pencil draw the outline of the template and a pair of sharp scissors are imposed on the letters. When you’re done, you need to solve their start fraying of the material, and therefore colorless nail polish or superglue “nails” it. A resource site suggested that we have a special glue, but I have not heard about this at home. If one knows one, look forward to the link or the name of the glue. When you’re done with this, you are ready for wall tiles. There is a corn starch mixture can be applied to the original recipe found here , ingredients: Combine a quarter cup of corn starch, half a half a cup of cold water, then pour in 4 cups of boiling hot water. Ready. A painter’s tape (aka crepe tape) is used as a ruler on the wall to even the label. Use a brush to smear it with the first letter of the back, and then flatten the wall. The adhesive may want to try before that corn keményítőddel this work, because there are many. If you do not want to work with the glue, double adhesive suggest, the entire surface of the letter to ask, and I stuck to the wall. Caution! This solution does not falkímélő, compared with the first version, removing the traces of lead. Go through this method all the letters.
What could you guys up and where?
Summer Treasures: stone home decoration
Do you like the pebbles? I collected a few handfuls of summer? Here’s a great idea what to do with them not to carry out the drawer!
- Pebbles (summer collection)
- Stretched canvas
-Thin plywood, painted black
Be-strong stone adhesive, silicone adhesive is building up
The thread turns making the pictures, if you have questions, happy to answer it.