Make a room yours expressing personality and style with a monogram on the wall, mirror or a painted furniture piece. This classic monogram has a large center initial and is surrounded by a simple dotted border.
Easy to apply and remove without damaging the surface, this wall decal is a fast simple way to lend artful color and dimension to your decor. Unlike other vinyl and stickers, this wall transfer is crafted from the highest quality thin vinyl in a matte finish to create a hand painted look. Use the pre-spaced design or let your imagination be the guide, as you can position and overlap individual parts of this design to create your own look. The one application transfer can be placed indoors or outdoors on a wall, mirror, window or other smooth space. Made in the USA toxin-free.
We recommend adding a proof so you can see and approve a JPG image of your personalized design in the colors you have chosen before it is cut. A $25 design fee will be applied for any decal order canceled after font and color proofs are created by the vendor.
Personalized decals are created by Alphabet Garden Designs
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Please Note Your design may have creases from shipping. This will not harm or affect your vinyl designs.
Before you begin make sure there is no oil or dirt on your wall/surface or your design will not stick! Use a dry lint free cloth. For more stubborn dirt use only water, however wait 24 hours before installing your design after water has been applied to your surface. If your wall is newly painted, wait at least 3 weeks before you apply your decal or it may not adhere.
Place your design on a clean hard surface so that the backing paper (with the grid) is facing you and you are unable to see the design. Using your application card, burnish (rub) firmly on the backing several times to help the vinyl adhere to the front layer.
Decide where you would like to place your design onto your surface. Move design around until it is generally where you would like it to go. Using blue painters or masking tape, place strips of tape along the top to hold your design in place. Make sure to use a sufficient amount of tape to secure and anchor your design. The tape will act as a hinge.
To ensure that your design is straight, align a level across top of the arrows on your design. Adjust your tape until your design is straight according to your arrows. If you do not have a level, use a ruler to measure from the ceiling or a reference point above your design to your arrows. Important! Use the arrows, not the top of the application paper for a straight edge reference.
You tape is your anchor, if your tape isn't secure after flipping it up and is starting to release from your surface, go back and secure before continuing.Carefully and slowly peel the backing layer away at a 45 degree angle. Very slowly, roll it off at an angle along the surface, doing a wiggle pull motion; pull the backing paper away from the vinyl. If at any time the vinyl does not want to come off the backing paper, push down the paper again in that spot, then push with your finger and try pulling again. For more stubborn spots, help start the transfer by lifting the edge with your fingernail. Important! Do not touch the vinyl's sticky side with your hands. The oil in your hands will prevent it from sticking.
Your hinge is there to help anchor your vinyl in place.(like an extra pair of hands!) With your hands, starting from the top and moving downward, gently smooth the vinyl onto your surface.Next, using your application tool and working from the center out, rub over top of the vinyl design to help it adhere to the surface.
Starting from the top of the design, and using a slow, wiggle pulling motion, pull the top layer (the transfer tape) off at a 45 degree angle. Do not lift straight up. Important! We use a clear transfer tape (top layer) for your convenience so you can see the actual decal while you position it. This layer needs to be removed or you will not have the professional hand painted look.
When applying more than one color, use the Hinge Method and Arrows for each piece. The arrows on each piece match up with each other for perfect alignment.