Some of you may not know that I have another blog called MADE OF CLOTH. Earlier this year I posted this tutorial explaining how I made these cute little decals for Emma’s wardrobe…here it is for those of you that may have missed it...
Before, a generic pine wardrobe gathering dust in a friends garage…going cheap at zero dollars!
Added a couple of coats of Acrylic gloss paint, some cute little red knobs from Ikea and some sweet little homemade fabric decals…
Instructions for Decals:
You will need:
Cotton fabric scraps
Stiff iron-on fabric interfacing (white)
PVA (woodwork) glue or similar
A damp cloth
A brush to apply glue.
Iron your fabric to remove any creases.
Iron on a piece of interfacing to the wrong side of your fabric, this should make your fabric nice and thick and prevent fraying.
Trace your desired design in reverse (interfacing side) remember it will come out in reverse so if you are doing letters you will need to trace the mirror image.
Cut out your shapes.
Glue them on to your desired location with the PVA, brush onto the back of decal initially then when positioned brush onto front. The glue will soak through and great a bit or a shiny finish when it dries. Make sure to wipe of any excess with a damp cloth while the glue is still wet
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