Window paint - rubber sticker

@cyberfluf (5005)
June 30, 2008 2:42am CST
Have you ever tried this craft, it's really fun! There's special window paint out there that turns into a rubbery kind of sticker when dried for 24 hours. You simply get the paint and a contour paint bottle. You use a piece of see through plastic, put it over a colouring book or other image underneath and follow the lines with the contour paint. Leave it to dry for aprox. 2 hours. After that the lines will have dried and are ready to fill in with the paint. This is the tricky part because you can't touch the bottom or it will get all scratched when dried. When filled up let dry for 24 hours and it will become a rubbbery sticker you can use on any smooth surface and can be re-used over and over again. I will make a photo of one of my projects and post it later on :) Any of you tried it? And liked it? Or got enthousiastic reading this? :)
1 response
@theprogamer (10539)
• United States
3 Jul 08
I haven't tried anything like this Fluf. I have to admit I'm not enthusiastic about it, but I am imagining my doing it it to a window or two. I might do this in the future. Thanks for sharing with us, and if you do create one of these, try sharing that as a discussion too. It'll be great.
@cyberfluf (5005)
• Netherlands
4 Jul 08
I'll be home tonight and I have a couple of these stickers made allready, and I will add the as a pic. That way it will be more clear what I'm talking about and it's allways fun to share your projects and crafts. Thanks for your reply :)