Fill in the Blank Wall Panel – This thought bubble pattern gives an open venue for your guests or yourself to write the next great American novel or just say what’s unsaid.
Fill in the Blank warm grey
Fill in the Blank earth tone
Mason stared at the blinking cursor on his computer screen. He met Danny on a singles chat site only days ago, but the heat between them was already blazing. Although they hadn’t met in person yet, thinking of it made him rock hard. Conversations between them began with basic innocence that comes along with making a new friend, but that part was over. Talking dirty was all they could do, and he wanted him right now. His fingers finally responded, each tap on the keyboard sending his pulse higher and higher, “Come now. You know where I am, my door is open, and so am I.” With that, he clicked Enter.
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Instruction for installation of Fill in the Blank Wall Panel:
Fill in the Blank warm grey panels
Fill in the Blank earth tone panels
Step 1: Patch any large holes using joint compound and a putty knife. Allow the patches to dry completely, then sand smooth with a fine grit sandpaper.
Step 2: Apply a coat of fresh satin or gloss paint using a paint roller (the wall HAS TO BE CLEAN), using a paint brush to cut in with primer around the edges (this product sticks very well to all clean surfaces).
Step 3: Use a level and pencil to draw vertical guidelines on the wall. You should space these lines so you can perfectly align the rows of vinyl wallpaper.
Step 4: Cut a your wallpaper panel so there is an extra 6 to 8 inches longer than actually needed . Peal back the backing to exposes the adhesive wallpaper (just like a huge sticker).
Step 5: Place the wallpaper on the wall, aligning it with a set of vertical pencil guidelines. Allow a small amount of overlap on the top and bottom of the wall. Trim the wallpaper after it has been installed.
Step 6: Smooth the vinyl wallpaper using a rubber roller (use a clean printmaking ink roller and work from the PERFECTLY alined starting point to the panel edge). A regular wallpaper smoothing brush doesn’t really work to remove bubbles. For any bubbles you can’t remove, use a needle to pierce the bubble. Then press the bubble to release any air and smooth the wallpaper.
Step 7: Apply the next piece of wallpaper, using the same method you used to apply the first piece. Make sure that the edges of any pattern matches. There is some give to the vinyl. If you get a bit off your alignment pull back the adhesive panel a few inches and reposition moving down the wall.
Step 8: After you have applied all of the wallpaper on a wall, trim the top and bottom using a metal straightedge and utility blade. (Be careful not to scratch the paper. (Patience is a virtue here!)
Step 9: Install the vinyl onto the next wall, using the same techniques you used to install the wallpaper on the first wall. Continue until all of the walls are covered.