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Ok these days I can feel myself growing up, and as such i look at the houses my friends have bought or are renting, with their IKEA furniture ...
Materials Needed:IronIroning Board (or other heat resistant flat surface)Canvasses (I used box canvasses)Palette & BrushesPaint (I recommend water-based acrylic)Inkjet 'T-shirt' transfer paperInkjet PrinterFind an image you want to ...
Print image you don't need to worry too much about the quality settings of the printer as we will be painting over itCut out image*TIP* I later found ...
Turn transfer overIron transfer onto canvas - follow instructions for your type of paper*TIP* use some cardboard from a box and an old book to support the underside ...
Paint around lines of the transfer and fill in backgroundLet it DryCheck for missed bits and paint over them
Carefully paint the inside of the shape a contrasting colour.
Repeat with more to complete the pretentious multi-canvas effect that is so popular in all trendy loft apartments
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