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Vinyl Floor Cloth
Original Tissue Decoupage Papers, Flexible & Sturdy with a Hand-Painted Look!!!
Each sheet is 8-1/2" x 11" with multiple laser printed images
 

Decoupage floor cloth

 

Supplies Needed:
Most of these supplies can be purchased at you local craft, and stamp stores  
You can make table cloths, placemats, coasters and many items from this project.

Remnant of Linoleum, can be purchased at your local home repair store
Kilz waterbased sealer
White Latex Paint
Fine Sand Paper
Large Soft Brush
Sponge Brush
Elmer's Glue-all
Water based semi-gloss varnish
Tissue Decoupage Papers DB101 (4)

1) Start by preparing your surface. Cut Vinyl  to size desired using heavy kitchen shears.  Work on wrong side of vinyl, the side that feels almost like fabric.  Lightly sand surface and edges with fine sand paper.  Remove grit with tack cloth.  Seal with Kilz water based sealer using a paint roller or sponge brush, let dry.  Lightly sand again.  

2) Apply two coats of off-white latex paint using a paint roller or sponge brush, let dry.

3) Cut out your decoupage paper designs. Use a small pair of embroidery scissors.  Pre-arrange your designs on your surface. (Once you decoupage your design it cannot be removed.)

4) Remove white paper backing from cutout. Slightly water down your Elmer's glue-all.  Apply thin coat of glue to the back of your cutout, let set for 5 seconds until the paper uncurls.

5) Apply paper to your surface. With your fingers gently press from center toward ends working out any wrinkles. Make sure your ends are sealed to surface. You can use a stencil brush to seal the ends. Clear up any excess glue with damp cloth. Let dry, usually 1 hour.

6) Thin down your Elmer's glue all to the consistency of cream.  Using a single stroke, apply two coats to surface with a soft brush, letting coats dry for 1 hour in between.  Let cure for 48 hours.

7) Apply two coats of water based semi-gloss varnish with a soft brush. I like Minwax semi-gloss water based varnish. Let dry.

Tips & Hints:

Don't apply varnish with a roller or sponge, it forms air bubbles.  Don't apply paint with a brush it can leave strokes.  Make sure your paints and sealers are dry, if it is cold to the touch it is not dry.  You can speed up the drying process by using a hair dryer on low heat about 6 inches from project.


 

 

 

 

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