Vinyl Wall Decor

Vinyl wall decor is one of the hottest trends in interior design today. It is currently the fastest and easiest way to decorate your home without breaking the budget. Vinyl wall decor is a pre spaced computer cut sticker that easily applies to your walls. You just stick it on with the backing tape that has already been applied to your graphic, put it on the wall and rub it down, then peel off the backing tape. It's as easy as that.
Vinyl wall art can also be applied to almost any surface. You only need a hard clean surface to apply it to and you will be amazed at how it looks. Wall art doesn't just look good on walls.
We really like applying wall decor to the glass on empty picture frames. All you have to do is cut out the back part of the frame and hot glue the glass to the frame. You then apply the vinyl graphic and hang it on the wall. The wall decal really shows depth if used in this way.
Another great way to show off your vinyl wall decor is to apply it to a wooden plaque. One of our favorite designs is a long wooden plaque with the words "Be true to who you are and the family name you bear." All you have to do is buy (or if you are crafty make) a wooden plaque from a store like Hobby Lobby or Michael's and paint it. When the paint is dry carefully apply your vinyl wall decal and hang it on your wall.
Another great gift idea using vinyl is to apply it to a ceramic floor tile. We do this a lot for wedding gifts. We put the name of the couple and the date and a picture of the temple where they were married. It has always been a very prized gift.
Vinyl wall decor is easily removed from your walls. It removes easily and quickly without damaging your drywall. This feature makes it a very attractive wall decor for those of you who live in apartments or rent houses. You can add some personal flavor to your walls without violating your lease.
Wall decor is a great way to personalize not only your walls but also can be applied just about anywhere. Get creative and see where else you like it. Maybe on the car or on your house windows? Try it out and let us know.

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