Jo, professionally known as ‘Imperfectly Perfect’, is one of our most valuable customers. She runs bespoke furniture refurbishment shop, based in Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire and uses our stencils on daily basis. Her work and skills are stunning and we are very often simply amazed by the effects she achieve. Read More
The Paddington Clock Face is classical in its form, circular with elegant thin rims and Roman Numerals. The face is handless, which means that you can easily use it for decorating your own, real life wall clock DIY project; however – the version of Paddington Clock Face with Hands is also available. Read More
As we are planning to launch Vinyl Decals sell in our shop, we decided it’s time to get ready for it. We are starting with a video tutorial explaining how to apply vinyl decal to a wall (it’s usually not as straightforward as one could imagine.
For this purpose we used a design which will be launched first… soon. The design is based on original cover of American edition of the Vogue magazine, back from 1920’s. Size of this particular one is A1 – 594 x 841 mm (23.4 x 33.1 in)
This the easiest way of applying water decal, does not require any particular skills, can be done by anyone. You just take sheet of decal and transfer the thin layer of plastic onto your chosen surface.
Downfall of such method is fact that you leave unprinted decal on your surface. And this can be visible when looked at against certain angle. Read More
Using Water Slide Decals is a very easy method of transferring print to furniture, the effect achieved with this medium can be quite striking.
In this tutorial you can see how straightforward is creating your own furniture print transfer with our Blank Water Slide Decal sheets, you will learn how to PRINT, and how to PROTECT your transfer. Read More
So you want to transfer some fancy print onto your beloved table? Make it shabby chic or even more vintage – looking? Or perhaps you want to make shabby chic wooden plaque with printed theme on it? This tutorial is for you then. Read More
We want to show you a technique we use when stenciling. We do shabby chic makeovers on daily basis and the tool we value the most is a simple paint roller. The paint roller lets to spread paint evenly and prevents smudging. We use dry paint method, stenciling is fairly easy this way. Read More