How to apply waterslide decal paper on plasters

How to apply waterslide decal paper on plasters


Hello, today we will discuss something
that we have never covered before – and that is applying decal paper on plasters. The one that we will make today will be
very different from a typical plaster – as it will be made of dry flower, oil paint and tiny props. I’ve already mentioned this on my previous videos but what I really like about the decal papers is its flexibility. You can pretty much make anything that requires skills and images with fancy designs if you have the decal papers. So without a further a do, let’s begin. First, you will need following materials:
water + plaster powder + plaster mould + time Create your plasters and apply the decal
once the plaster is completely dry. You do not want to proceed with the wet plaster as it has oil and fragrant inside that can end up in bad result. Measure the size of the plaster and edit the size of the image so that will fit into the plaster. Cut out the printed image. Soaked in water. Immerse the piece of decal in water for 30 seconds.
Wait until the film starts to loosen. Spray an even coat of varnish on the surface. Usually plasters can be tricky to work with because how it crumbles so easily. The coating stabilises the plaster
and makes easier for decal transfer. Then you repeat the drying process
and just make sure it completely dries. Apply the glue W2 where the decal will be applied. Mount the decal and scrape off water with a squeegee. Dry the product again. If you just want to let it dry naturally,
it will take roughly 3-4 hours, or you can step up the process with a hair dryer. Finished. There’s your final result. If you decided not to remove the film, it’s perfectly fine, because you will hardly notice its presence on the plaster. That’s it for today. Please write down a comment below
if you have any other DIY suggestions. Next time we wlike to use your idea for the video. Thanks guys, see you next time.

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