Halloween Porch Decorating
(although I think it’s originally from Target)
The number 31 pillow is actually one that I made as well. I found a small pillow form, bought some inexpensive white fabric from IKEA and made a pillow cover with an envelope opening in the back. Then I designed this #31 with frame on iron-on vinyl material. The thick plastic that it prints out on is actually pretty sticky and will help the decal stay in place really well for your to position it perfectly onto your fabric. Once you have it right where you want it, you just put a thin cloth over the entire thing and use a very hot iron to smooth over and press down the whole decal. After you’ve done that for about 2-3 minutes, you can start lifting up the plastic to reveal the decal on the fabric. After the decal was transferred I then took the cloth one last time, placed it directly over the decal and ironed again with the hot iron to really melt the decal in place.
Super simple, and WAY easier then trying to paint it on 🙂
If you want to apply this decal onto a frame or board, you can purchase it as a NON iron on decal too!
My last little project was this framed Trick-or-Treat vinyl. I just found an old frame that I had lying around the house, popped out the backing material, put this trick-or-treat vinyl on the glass, and then hung it on the wall above our bench outside.
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