I buy the vinyl in big rolls, which come in 600mm or 1200mm wide. I use a top quality vinyl, Avery, in removable matt, this job is in brown - My Favourite Colour!
I create the files which needs to be all outlines, and send it to the cutter. I load the roll on vinyl on and CUT! Even though i have been doing this a while i always get nervous when it is cutting.. so i cross my fingers and watch it the whole time like hawk!
Once the vinyl is cut i roll it out onto a table and then "Weed" out the areas that i don't need, leave the beautiful design...I love watching it slowly be revealed as i weed the parts out.
Weeding out the vinyl
And then all that is left is my kookaburra design, because it so big it is 3 parts, with 5mm overlap.
What i have left to do it place a layer of "Application Tape" over the top, this attached to the vinyl only and not the backing paper. So when you go to apply the decal you peel off the backing paper, and place it on your wall, give it a good rubbing (we all like a good rubbing) and then slowly peel the backing paper back on itself, leaving you one kick arse wall decal!
Hopefully when the lady installs it she will send me some photo so i can show you.
And there ends my lesson in creating a wall decal....hope you are having a lovely day.
For those of you interested i had a complete shocker at the driving range last night, complete schmozzle, hope i will get my shit together on Sunday! Otherwise i will embarrass my husband infront of all his work mates! Heheheh!