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Monday, 17 September 2012

Bathroom DIY idea: Seashell windows

Start by practising with some stencil and spray on some newspaper to master the technique. Then work out your design on the window, and fix the stencil to the window in the first position using spray adhesive. Use masking tape and newspaper to cover the areas surrounding the stencil, so the rest of the window doesn't get sprayed. Spray over stencil to leave the shell pattern on the glass. Keep the spray 15-25cm away from the glass to avoid the spray running. Allow the spray to dry, then remove the stencil and newspaper and move on to the next motif, again cover the bulk of the window to prevent getting sprayed. Repeat with the other motifs.

You will need: shell stencil, glass etch of frosting spray, spray adhesive, making tape, newspaper.

Time needed: 30 minutes

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