The Maison Jar was originally a food container. Patented in 1858 by an American John Landis Mason, today it has become very trendy as a decorative object and is often used for many other decorative purposes. This transfer a vase and pretty flowering branches will allow you to decorate your furniture or home decor objects. Dimensions board : A3 Colors : moss green and white
LE POT MASON ÉTAIT À L’ORIGINE UN CONTENEUR ALIMENTAIRE. BREVETÉ EN 1858 PAR UN AMÉRICAIN JOHN LANDIS MASON, IL EST DEVENU AUJOURD’HUI UN OBJET DE DÉCORATION TRÈS BRANCHÉ ET SOUVENT DÉTOURNÉ DE SON USAGE INITIAL. UN VASE ET DE JOLIES BRANCHES FLEURIES VOUS PERMETTRONT DE DÉCORER VOS MEUBLES OU OBJETS. Dimensions planche : A3 Couleurs : vert mousse et blanc
Amatxi's large format laminated transfer, can be applied on a multitude of surfaces. They will effortlessly customize your walls, furniture, mirrors and decorative objects, inside or outside. The Amatxi transfer range does not require protection! The transfers are made and designed in France. Easy application, they have a matt finish
How to apply an Amatxi Transfer
It is very simple, no additional products are required to apply as it is a dry transfer. You position your transfer and you rub the transfer with the wooden spatula provided with your transfer. The spatula is made from wood from French forests.
Position your transfer and then remove the protective film from the back, you can hold your transfer in place with masking tape if you wish.
Then rub it with the small spatula provided, this will transfer the motif on to your chosen surface
Gently peel back the plastic film, check to ensure your motif is not completely transferred,if not simply put the plastic film back on and rub it again.
When your transfer has been applied, you can protect it of you wish. We recommend that you do this with Autentico wax or Matt Varnish. Amatxi transfers do not need to be protected but you can if you wish.
Your Amatxi Transfer comes in a kraft envelope with a button and string closure. Inside your will find, a wooden spatula from French forests and a multilingual notice (french, german, english, spanish, italian, portuguese).