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Applying Hip in a Hurry
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Applying Hip in a Hurry

Crafting Time:
  • Under 1 Hour
Skill Level:
  • Beginner
Project Courtesy of: Creativity Inc.
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Description

SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

TIP: Can be used on a variety of smooth, flat surfaces, including windows, mirrors and ceilings.

DIRECTIONS:

SHAPES & CUTOUTS:

  1. Be sure wall surface is smooth, dry and clean. Wait 2 weeks before applying design to newly painted surfaces.
  2. Mix & match Shapes with corresponding Cutouts or customize with paint and craft embellishments.
  3. Cutouts can be matched with corresponding Shapes for a dimensional effect or placed directly on wall. Remove backing and carefully line up Cutout on top of Shape, then adhere.
  4. Use painter's tape or low-tack masking tape to arrange design on the wall before removing the backing. A level may be useful to check that the design is correctly aligned.
  5. To eventually remove design, peel an edge with fingernail or craft blade and slowly peel it off the wall. Due to variations in wall surfaces, Westrim and Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores cannot be held responsible for surface damage.

VINYL:

  1. Be sure wall surface is smooth, dry and clean. Wait 2 weeks before applying design to newly painted surfaces.
  2. Before positioning on wall surface, place the design face down and rub with the enclosed applicator for approximately 30-45 seconds to release any air bubbles and secure the design to the carrier sheet. (FIGURE 1)
  3. Keeping the design face down, carefully pull the backer sheet away from the carrier sheet, making sure that the design remains attached to the carrier sheet and that the carrier sheet is flat and unwrinkled. (FIGURE 2)
  4. When deciding where to place the design, a level may be useful to check that the design is correctly aligned.
  5. Place the design face up on wall surface. Use the enclosed applicator to smooth out any air bubbles and firmly attach the design to the wall surface. (FIGURE 3)
  6. To finish transferring the design, carefully remove the carrier sheet, peeling it away from the wall at a 45 angle. (FIGURE 4)
  7. To remove design, peel an edge with fingernail or craft blade and slowly peel it off the wall. Due to variations in wall surfaces, Westrim and Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores cannot be held responsible for surface damage.
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