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Rub-on Transfer Lamp, Frame, and Glass Wall Hanging

Show your love for nature with these three FolkArt Rub-on Transfer projects. Make your space a forest oasis for when you craft on a lamp, a photo frame, and a glass wall hanging for a cohesive, professional look.

At a Glance:

Project #15460 Skill Level: Intermediate

This project features these great brands:

  • FolkArt Painting Stencils Logo
supplies

Plaid Supplies

FolkArt ® One Décor Paint™ - Aloe Mist, 8 oz. - 36065

Number Needed: 1 $8.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

FolkArt ® One Décor Paint™ - Nightfall, 8 oz. - 36070

Number Needed: 1 $8.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

F/A PAINTING TOOL - HARDWARE BRUSH SET 1.5IN

Number Needed: 1 $6.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

F/A RUB-ON DECOR TRANSFER - FERNS & BUGS 3 P

Number Needed: 1 $12.99
Item not for sale on Plaid Online.

Other Supplies

  • Wooden craft stick
  • Glass wall-hanging
  • Lamp
  • Wood frame
  • Rubbing alcohol

instructions

  1. Paint your wood frame with Aloe Mist. Let dry.
  2. Paint the base of your frame with Nightfall. Let dry.
  3. Clean your glass wall hanging with rubbing alcohol.
  4. Cut sections of the rub-on transfers and place them in your desired position. Peel the backing off of the transfer and use a wooden craftstick to lightly rub the transfer onto the surfaces.

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Related FAQs

Secure FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils to project surfaces with stencil spray adhesive (following manufacturer's instructions) or with stencil tape. Spray adhesive is the better choice for intricately cut or borderless Laser-Cut Painting Stencils. Be sure your stencil is flat and flush on your project surface to avoid paint run-unders.
It is always best to begin by creating a paper pattern. Trace each letter or word onto tracing paper checking your spacing between each letter and each word. Once you are happy with the design, use this paper pattern as your template to stencil directly onto your surface. It is best also to begin stenciling in the center of the word or phrase. Then continue stenciling outwards one letter / word at a time. Also be careful that each letter is completely dry prior to stenciling next to it. Do NOT lay a paper stencil over a wet letter/word.
Gently remove the cut outs from the stencil by pressing on them. If they do not pop out easily, then use a craft knife to cut the area where they remain attached. After removing the cut outs, put them aside you can use the shapes for tracing templates.
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Important: Please be sure to thoroughly read the instructions for all products, paying particular attention to all cautions and warnings shown to ensure the proper and safe use of the product.

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