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The Gilded Age – Decor Transfer – Belles And Whistles – Dixie Belle Paint Company

The Gilded Age – Decor Transfer – Belles And Whistles – Dixie Belle Paint Company

£29.99

Introducing the exquisite Gilded Age Rub-On Furniture Transfer, a perfect embellishment for your chalk-painted furniture projects, as well as a versatile addition to various other creative endeavors. This transfer is designed to add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your furniture pieces, transforming them into timeless works of art, but it doesn’t stop there!

The Gilded Age Rub-On Furniture Transfer features delicate pink roses adorned with opulent gold and teal trim, capturing the essence of vintage beauty and luxury. The transfer’s high-quality craftsmanship ensures a seamless and professional application, making it suitable for both DIY enthusiasts and professional artisans.

But that’s not all – this transfer isn’t limited to just furniture! Its versatility extends to a wide range of surfaces, including craft projects, glass, metal, and even fabric. Whether you want to add a vintage touch to a glass jar, a touch of elegance to a metal tray, or create a stunning fabric accent piece, this transfer is the perfect choice.

Applying the transfer is a breeze – simply rub it onto the surface of your choice, and watch the enchanting design come to life with vibrant colors and detailed artwork. The transfer adheres flawlessly, providing a hand-painted appearance that adds character and charm to any project.

Whether you’re upcycling furniture, designing unique home décor, or crafting personalized gifts, the Gilded Age Rub-On Furniture Transfer with pink roses and gold and teal trim is the ideal tool to unleash your creativity. Elevate your projects to new heights of elegance and grace, reminiscent of the opulent Gilded Age.

The Transfer is 24 x 37.2 inches divided into 4 sheets for easy application.

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