See those flowers over the bed in my friend Chris's room? They are actually vinyl art that you can apply to walls or any other hard, smooth surface. The folks at Stampin' Up came up with the idea as part of their Décor Elements line, which offers several pretty art options.
The company sent me two sets of the flowers to try and another two sets for one of my readers. If you'd like to throw your name in for the flower art and the little tool you need to apply them, leave a comment and I'll draw a winner's name on Friday.The vinyl designs are sandwiched between two pieces of paper, a backing and a sticky side that you attach to the wall.
Now the how-to:
Before you remove the backing, decide where to put the designs and tape them to the wall with painter’s tape.
Mark the locations with a pencil.
Apply the sticky paper to the wall. Rub the design well.
Pull off the sticky paper and poof: you’re done.
The two sets of flowers and the tool cost about $50 if you were to buy them.
The company offers other designs, alphabet sets, and letters for monogramming. You can use them on walls, mirrors, lampshades, and even furniture.
So comment and win yourself some fun!