I was a bit eager as usual =) And glued them on, before I thought of putting "glass" between the frames.. I will have to remove them and glue some glass in between. I think it will keep the dust away better.
Like everything I do, it wasn't perfect... I thought I measured carefully, but the angles weren't perfect and everything went a bit crooked, but it's OK. I will wait with the rest until I found my plastic for the window. I have some overhead plastic sheets, but I can't remember where...
/turquoise paper on it. I might save the sides as they are, but I wanted the back wall to be turquoise =) It's a regular printers paper, but its turquoise, on both sides. I love the colour =) And you can see the yellow kitchen walls and the green patterned livingroom walls by the napkins. I'm happy with the colours. I think I got all my favourite colours now =) (light green, turquoise and pink)
So this time I tried to glue the napkin to a regular white paper. (like I tried the last time, but then I didn't remove all layers, I thought I had, but there were still one layer of white underneath that made the whole thing wrinkly) This time the result was quite good. I used a glue stick. and I was satisfied with the result. But when I wet it with wallpaper paste (like I have done with the papers I put on the walls) the napkin went all wrinkly. But I hope it will get better when it has dried..
I have soaked the paper in wallpaper paste and waited a bit before I put it on the wall, just like I would do in "real life" =)
While waiting I did some wallpaper on the roof window walls too. For the little boy's room.
After putting up one napkin I had to pack up when my daughter woke up, but I wanted to take a picture before I close up for the day...
Tomorrow I will cute out the windows, and see what method was the best, straight on to the wall or on a paper first =) Here you can see the result from both, upper wall on a paper and down stairs right on to the wall. (but the upper wallpaper hasn't completely dried yet)