I’ve recently completed my first job for a glass decal company and wanted to know which decals to choose for my project.
I’m going to be using these decals on two walls.
I will be covering the front and back and also covering the sides of the glass panel, so the edges will be transparent.
To make my work, I chose the Glass Decal Covers, a brand that has recently been making beautiful and colourful designs for clients around the world.
What are they?
Glass Decals are simple, lightweight, durable and eco-friendly products that can be used in a wide range of applications.
They can be applied to walls, ceiling, ceiling panels, ceiling tiles and many other surfaces.
I’ve had great success using these products to make my decals.
How to use them?
These products are great for a wide variety of applications but I recommend they be used sparingly.
They are made with a plastic film that can get sticky when it comes to scratching or scratching against surfaces.
It’s best to use decals that are a little smaller than the size of your finger when applying them.
Decals should be applied with your fingers or a cloth that has a thin, flexible strip on it.
Using the right size decal strip is crucial when applying the decals as this will give them a better grip when they are applied.
If you use a fabric brush, I recommend using a small amount to apply the decal strips.
They should be placed flat, as they will be harder to scratch the glass when applying it to a surface.
When you are done applying the decals, put them on a flat surface.
Use your finger to lightly scrape the glass with your finger.
I have found this is the easiest and most effective way to apply these products.
The decals will last up to two years in a waterproof, water-resistant and dust-proof container.
You can find them at most hardware stores, or online for around £10.
How do I get the right product?
I use the same products that I’ve already made with.
You just have to follow the directions carefully and avoid the messy part of applying the product.
I’m sure this post will inspire you to create your own glass decals!
If you have any questions about glass decaling or how to make a decal, feel free to comment below.