shelf liner

marcie has some furniture covered in plastic, in the guest bedroom. all of the shelves are lined with… shelf liners. she dusts every single day. she changes her air filter much more frequently than suggested, as well as the water filter in her fridge. she has a hepa air filter in every room (those tall weird fans). there is a shoe rack hy the door, and even then she has disposable flip flops for guests. no dirty ass socks or feet. no carpet, carpet is the devil. all hardwood, save for the bathroom and kitchen.

fenrishasamagicfist  asked:

Hey! I can't remember if I thanked you or not, but I'm the one with the new baby bunny and you recc'ed I get carpeting so he'd stop sliding? I picked up a few rolls of these vinyl shelf liner things (they didn't have any safe carpet) and now he's running laps all over the place. No more sliding and lots of binkies!! So thank you so much <3

Oh that’s so wonderful!! Thank you so much for the update, I’m so glad to hear about your happy bun :)

Fabric Paint Tutorial: Shelf Paper Method

I know there are a million tutorials on shirt painting out there, but I’ve never seen anyone use this technique, and for me it makes things way easier and neater!

You’ll need: Adhesive shelf liner (preferably clear), a cutting board, something to cut with, fabric paint, the shirt itself, and a Sharpie

Step 1: Trace the image you want onto the shelf paper (for this I just taped a piece to my laptop screen)

Step 2: Cut it out!! I find an X-Acto knife works best 

Step 3: Peel the backing off the shelf paper and stick it to your shirt. It’s important that you do this while you’re wearing the clothes to get the positioning just right, especially when working with fabrics that have more stretch!

Step 4: Paint it! This is where using shelf paper comes in handy. Since it’s essentially a giant sticker, it’s very easy to stick down all the ends and get a clean final product! Make sure to stretch it over the cutting board first, or else the paint will stick both layers of the shirt together


19 Genius Ways To Upcycle Your Child’s Plastic Dinosaur Collection

Dinosaurs will forever be in fashion. Jurassic Park made them ultra cool back in the early 90s and today they’re just as awesome. Plus, they have a great many uses… 

Turn Them Into Drawer Handles

A little spray paint and a spot of DIY and you’ve got yourself one epic desk. [Photo: Apartment Therapy]

Add Them To Your Terrarium

Who said plants were boring? [Photo: Yellow Brick Home]

Fashion Them Into A Coat Rack

This is one upcycling idea guaranteed to jazz up your dingy hallway. [Photo: Etsy]

Make Them Magnets

Never has a fridge looked so terrifyingly brilliant. [Photo: Yellow Brick Home]

Go For A Garland

Who needs fabric bunting when you can make this gender neutral garland? [Photo: DIY Candy]

Stick Them To A Mirror

If you’re up for something a bit quirky, we love this fun idea. [Photo: Etsy]

Use Them As Planters

Let’s be honest, these look WAY more exciting than regular plant pots. [Photo: Off Beat Home]

Turn A Diplodocus Into A Loo Roll Holder

This is one way to jazz up your bathroom. [Photo: The Chic Site]

Give Them An Ornamental Status

A little lick of paint and you’ve got yourself some brilliant shelf liners. [Photo: Etsy]

DIY Yourself A Dinosaur Necklace

A brilliant gift idea, if we do say so ourselves. [Photo: Made From Pinterest]

Turn Them Into Cup Handles

Definitely a different look for your kitchen. [Photo: White Lights On Wednesday]

Cram Them Into A Transparent Box

That’s one way to decorate your lounge. [Photo: eBay]

Make Yourself Some Great Place Holders

Ideal for weddings. [Photo: Pinterest]

Use One As A Ringholder

We reckon this fella would look lovely on your dressing table. [Photo: Safari]

Make This Badass Toothbrush Holder

All you need to do is drill a hole through the middle of the toy. [Photo: Pinterest]

Get All Arty And Make This Wall Hanging

Whoever said dinosaurs can’t look artistic? [Photo: Etsy]

Make Yourself These Epic Napkin Rings

Makes napkins WAY more modern. [Photo: Hannah Kate Flora]

DIY Yourself A Dino Serving Dish

We could see this becoming the new cake stand. [Photo: Three Little Monkeys Studio]

Create Some Excellent Jar Toppers

Suddenly jam jars are everything. [Photo: Pinterest]


Worked on another step for my sushi restaurant this morning.

Spray painted two sets of the Deadluxe high school table and chairs with a outdoor plastic furniture spray paint to give it a uniform look.

The flooring is just basic scrapbooking stock and the walls are lined with self adhesive shelf liner.