Easy Vinyl Wall Graphic

Personalize your bedroom by applying a vinyl graphic to the wall above your headboard. They're easy to work with, inexpensive and come in a wide variety of colors and fonts.

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Measure Middle Letter

Check the measurement in the middle of the graphic to make sure the entire graphic is sitting at the same level all the way across.

Burnish Graphic

Use a credit card or driver's license to burnish the entire graphic. Rub firmly on each letter so that they will all release from the paper backing properly.

Remove Paper Backing

Place one hand on the painter's tape at the beginning of the graphic (to hold it in place), and use the other hand to remove the paper backing from the bottom of the graphic. Go slowly, pulling the backing at a sharp angle. Tip: If parts of the graphic won't let go of the backing, continue to burnish those parts until they do.

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