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Granted, the 80s brought us ugly office chairs, bad fashion and Paris Hilton. But if Jane Fonda has evolved from workout video chick to political activist, you can ...
Materials:1) old ugly office chair2) cloth3) acrylic paint4) Freezer Paper (or Makepiesnotsense Sticky Paper).Tools:5) screw driver6) any measuring tool7) scissors8) iron9) paintbrush10) staple gun
Use your screwdriver to remove both pads, the back and the seat. Softly tear off the old fabric to free the upholstery from its cover.
Use your measuring tool to find out how much fabric you will need approximately for the size of your back and seat pad. You'll need enough to cover ...
Your print is completely dry? That means you can proceed: Span your two pieces of ironed clothing over the pads. On the back of the pad, on the ...
There are plugs on the pads which need to be plugged back into the chair's body. Therefore you've got to make sure there's no cloth covering them, they ...
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