How to Make Your Own Wall Decals

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How to Make Your Own Wall Decals
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Find a silhouette image off the internet. Print it out:or blow it up on tablet device (trickier but can be done ) it's what I did

Find a silhouette image off the internet. Print it out:or blow it up on tablet device (trickier but can be done ) it's what I did

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Trace straight from tablet device . ( I used my kindle fire with full brightness ) honestly printing the image would have been way easier tho I'm proud of my hard work. Cut image out

Trace straight from tablet device . ( I used my kindle fire with full brightness ) honestly printing the image would have been way easier tho I'm proud of my hard work. Cut image out

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I folded my contact paper in half so as to have two opposite images; cutting only one time very tedious and time consuming WORTH IT!!!

I folded my contact paper in half so as to have two opposite images; cutting only one time very tedious and time consuming WORTH IT!!!

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There all cut out , already getting excited and inspired

There all cut out , already getting excited and inspired

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Idea: I placed on storage containers for attractive labeling or as is. Since I used chalkboard contact paper I can label with chalk if I so desire :)

Idea: I placed on storage containers for attractive labeling or as is. Since I used chalkboard contact paper I can label with chalk if I so desire :)

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Applied to my walls in a small corner since all I had was a limited size from kindle device. Applied to a tap light  and was amazed how great it looks

Applied to my walls in a small corner since all I had was a limited size from kindle device. Applied to a tap light and was amazed how great it looks

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Added leftover contact paper to reused containers for fun organizing

Added leftover contact paper to reused containers for fun organizing

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A sweet cat on the window sill

A sweet cat on the window sill

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Smooth surfaces are best. My walls are a bit bumpy but so far it had worked just fine

Smooth surfaces are best. My walls are a bit bumpy but so far it had worked just fine

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