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Looking for a way to add some personality to your home décor? Check out our 1pc Geometric Pattern Wall Paper! With a variety of colors and patterns to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect match for your style.
In one convenient package, you’ll find not only one piece of decor but four designs. Simply spread out the four designs and follow the steps in this tutorial to make your own 1pc Geometric pattern wallpaper. It couldn’t be easier!
So how big will they look?
As far as you will be able to spread your patterns out on your wall, all the designs should look about the same size. While 4 x 4 doesn’t sound like a lot, 4 pieces should be an appropriate size for an average sized wall. To be safe, you will probably need to glue your first print down on your wall before moving on to glue down next print.
How to make 4 x 4 pattern wall paper
Use painter’s tape to outline the design on your backing sheet. A ruler and pencil will also help you to line up your designs more accurately.
Place your 4×4 pattern back in its original position on the painter’s tape. Your pattern should now stick on the tape with only the right side of your design sticking to the paper.
Step 2 (CONTINUED)
Glue the first piece of pattern onto your wall. To do this, you simply need to use the backs of your craft knives to spread the paper out. Move it around to find the perfect gliding position.
Repeat step 2 until you’ve placed all 4 patterns in place. Once your craft knife prints have all dried, you are ready to add a second coat of the wall paper glue.
Spread it out on your wall and rub it in with your fingernails. Take your time and make sure there’s no air bubbles.
Press firmly on the back of the craft knife to the wall. Leave it alone for about 5 minutes.
Once the glue from this design has dried you can repeat the same steps above to add the next piece of pattern.
When you have finished gluing all four pieces of pattern down, you can start your wall paper design. Choose your favorite color combinations and patterns.
After you set the wall paper down, use a damp cloth or Q-tips to rub it in.
Step 8 (CONTINUED)