The second part of painting Cashton's room began with the idea of painting a Deer Head silouette on the wall. Although I normally wing my mural painting projects, I wanted this to look perfect.
Problem: I don't own a projector, and I'm too
cheap frugal to rent one
So, I thought I'd try making one with what I had around the house.
I printed off the image I wanted right from Google images. I grabbed a Ziploc baggie.
After I enlarged the image a bit, I traced it with a black Sharpie.
Look, a HOMEMADE Transparency!
Here's where the DIY becomes more of a DI-with a helper....I stood with the flashlight and baggie, and my mom traced it out on the wall.
1. You need the room to be VERY DARK.
2. You have to have a steady hand(s)
3. Tip: hold the light away and down from the image.
4. Be willing to wing it a little if you have two little monsters clawing at your ankles while you are doing this project as your traced picture will NOT be perfect.
I was okay with what we got...I really just wanted the general shape/size
Ever wonder what I do when I get home from the night shift...instead of sleeping?
I'm very happy with the outcome
It's the Piece de Resistance!
Make SURE you come back on MONDAY for the FULL
MODe(e)rn Bedroom REVAL!
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