Wednesday, February 26, 2014

More Potato Print Wallpaper

Vidicom CEO Christy Ferer suggests you wipe off excess paste with a clean, damp cloth. Cut off the surplus paper on the ceiling and floor edges using the utility knife and a metal ruler. Do not be afraid of overlapping edges as the sides of the sheets meet. Wait two hours for paper to dry before stamping, using slightly diluted acrylic paint.


Cover walls with other natural, everyday "raw" materials:
  • gauze
  • wrapping tissue paper
  • burlap
The more crumply these textures, the better. Tissue may crumple so much that no more "character" or stamping may be required. She suggests textures will be better protected with a coat of clear varnish.


Stamp other surfaces or accessories:
  • ceiling
  • furniture
  • lampshades
  • wastebaskets
  • floors

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