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Cimberb
« on: September 25, 2009 02:54:08 PM »

Ok. I dont have any pictures of my bathroom but im wanting to put underwater creatures on the walls and then cabinets. The questions are this--should i modpodge the images onto the walls or should i stencil them? Im using Lish the Dish's idea with the Deep sea animals dishes and using fishnets to create the same look on the cabinets. this can be found here http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=310240.0

I also need to know what would be the best paint to keep in a bathroom. Ive never done any type of painting really except for helping my family paint rooms simple colors but I finally have my own house to decorate. Smiley I'm going to try to repaint the tile in the bathroom also. Any tips on this would help, Ive looked online some and found some helpful tints but some personal experience would be better. I havent really stenciled before either so that is why im thinking about just printing pictures, coloring them and then add them to the cabinets. Let me know if anyone has done this and if it holds well with the humidity in the bathroom. And also what product would be best for this. Well sorry for rambling, I just would really appreciate other craftsters help.
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Cimberb
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2009 01:40:35 PM »

So I've decided not to stencil but instead use scrapbook paper to print out my pictures and then modpodge them to the wall. Would that be the right word? Any how, Ive been searching craftster and also came across other under the sea projects.
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