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Tips on Applying Decor Transfers.

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Tips on Applying Decor Transfers.

Handy Do's and Don'ts Guide from the Transfer creators-ReDesign. *To begin remember to remove the white backing before you begin applying the Transfer, the Transfers do adhere quickly, once applied they cannot be shifted. Be sure to place it in the right position before removing the backing and placing it on your project. *We recommend sealing after they are placed on your projects, with the exception of glass/mirrors. Any water based sealant will work including polycrylic. Wax does not deteriorate transfers, we do not recommend oil based sealants as they may break down the transfer. *When applying to glass/mirrors, do not...

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TUTORIAL: Chalk painting a side table.

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TUTORIAL: Chalk painting a side table.

TUTORIAL How to paint a table with our Chalk Paint.

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LAY BUY MANIA-15% OFF 24 HOURS ONLY! 5th Nov.

LAY BUY MANIA-15% OFF 24 HOURS ONLY! 5th Nov.

5TH NOVEMBER 2020 ONE DAY ONLY! 15% off ALL of our products, FREE freight over $60.00! 12am 4th Nov to 12am 5th Nov  Lay buy is the way to get the goodies now and pay later!  Enter the code LAYBUYMANIA at checkout. SIGN UP HERE. LAYBUYNZ

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NEW PRODUCTS in Store-Casting Resin.

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NEW PRODUCTS in Store-Casting Resin.

This store doesn't just supply our fabulous Chalk paint finish! I have just added lots of new products to our ever-expanding Crafting range  All of our crafting products have been introduced with up cycling, creating and generally just things that make us crafters happy, in mind! Today I want to talk about our new product that I am so excited about, called "Casting Resin" It is used to make decorations, embellishments, jewellery, xmas decorations, models etc. It dries White with a very hard durable plastic like finish. It comes in 2 pots, Part A and Part B. Mix Part A and Part B together in measuring...

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Does Chalk Paint need to be sealed?

Does Chalk Paint need to be sealed?

To "seal or not to seal" that is a question, which I get asked often. Chalk paint is slightly porous. An example of this is, if you place a piece of Chalk in to coloured water you will notice it absorbs the water up.  Over time, if our Chalk paint is left unsealed it will absorb up any liquid spills etc and the finish will be weakened. So I always suggest that Table tops, and all high use surfaces are at the very least sealed. If you don't wish to seal places like legs and sides of cabinets, they can be left natural. NB: Black...

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