A Bird Song Gold Foil Kacha Redesign with Prima Transfer
Hello, elegance! Introducing four gorgeous, gold foil Décor Transfers® by Kacha® to add a touch of GLAM to your next piece! The new “Bird Song” Décor Transfer® highlights beautiful birds and meandering branches, creating a soft glam effect, while bringing a touch of nature into your home. Her new transfer designs are created with faux gold foil, not ink, which allows you to achieve the look of gold foil stenciling in one easy step, and without the mess! The result is a stunning gold foil design that looks like it was professionally stenciled.
Tip: Kacha recommends using the Redesign Transfer Tool for easy and wonderful results with the 18”x24” foil transfers. Simply place the transfer on your desired surface, rub it on, then seal with a water-based clear wax or poly. Always test first!
If you’re looking for an easy and mess-free way to add some gold foil stenciling to your home décor projects, look no further than Kacha’s new “Bird Song” Décor Transfer´. Order yours today and start creating beautiful and sophisticated designs.
A Bird Song Gold Foil Kacha Redesign with Prima Transfer : Measures: 18″x24″ 2 sheets.
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Why choose Redesign with Prima? Because, Redesign with Prima is a manufacturer of home décor products that aim to make redesigning your living space effortless and enjoyable. Our product range is extensive and includes innovative offerings like décor transfers, décor moulds, décor waxes, decoupage tissue paper, and more. These products inspire creativity and elevate any space. Additionally, you can get help from any of our amazing retailers. You will love Redesign because it is fun, easy, and inexpensive. As a family and woman-owned business, we are committed to inspiring individuals worldwide to create beautiful living spaces. Our products cater to a broad range of people including crafters, hobbyists, and small business owners. The idea is to foster new relationships and connections through home décor.