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Leah: Hi everyone, how are you? It’s Leah of Paintless Design again the no mess way to cover the wall to your home and wanted to give you another quick trick and this one is one of my favorites because it takes no time at all and it makes a huge impact plus this particular technique here is over in this tinseling wallpaper and any kind of design technique that you’re thinking of putting on your walls this is going to carry over into. So this is be helpful no matter what design technique you end up going with and hopefully I will use paintless design to help you up. So what I’ve got behind me here are two squares and this are kind of meant to represent your wall. Now, when you look at this two side by side which is in the frame here so here is your two walls. Now what do you see that somewhat different with this, now this one over here this is one is what most people end up do it. They take there designs, they look at the parameter of they’re wall or whatever surface like IKEA shelve or a headboard and they’re okay, let’s fit our designs within the space okay. So you see a clear white line all the way around and now this looks good but it can look so much better with just as simple technique. Now as you can see on this one, the design actually spills over the edges. What this creates is a look of completion and professionalism. So you were to say to do this on a coffee table that’s glass for example, and you have the graphic go all the way to the edge of your glass coffee table like this it’s going to look very convincing with that particular adhesive glass was cut with that design already on it. It looks like that design was meant to be there so when you are looking with your walls or your window or a headboard, spill the designs over the edges and here is an exact tone like to trim it. And that’s going to give it a clean finish polish look, okay now I’m going to just quickly show you how to do this and it’s really simple. I’m going to show you, you just using this particular piece and you’re going to have this like that and spill over the edge here. So what are you going to do is to check out another videos of how to apply paintless design that basically take your design and if this is the edge of your wall and the edge of your table, apply this normal and smooth it on and take your applicator and it just go up and down or side to side whatever you’re doing. Now, this particular one has a bit of a curve so I’m just going to fold it over the edge. Now, this is the main trick that you want to keep in mind okay, you are going to take the exact tone like but keep the application tape on your design before you cut it, this is going to make it more rigid and easier for the knife to grab onto . So make sure your knife is nice and sharp and then just slides it all the way down your design and now it’s done. And as normal pick up where you left of, pilling your application tapes straight that and giving it a bit of a wiggle and really be careful around whatever areas was that you cut, must make sure that it’s here, press it down and there you go. Now, look so much more polish, so much more complete such a quick simple easy trick and I think if you do this you are going to make your design look that much better in your home. So, if you have any other questions feel free to go to our website at www.paintlessdesign.com and also email us at email@example.com and don’t forget to subscribe to our videos and you can click on the link on the side there and stay tune for a lot of more tips and tricks from paintless design on decorating your home.