06:08AM | 01/14/04
Member Since: 01/12/04
6 lifetime posts
I have an idea for my son's bathroom and don't even know if it's possible. I'd like to put wanes coating on the bottom half of the wall and pages out of comic books on the top half of the wall. There is already wallpaper up that I planned on affixing the comics to. What would I use to affix the comics to the wallpaper and what would I put over the comics to seal the wall? After all, it is a bathroom and moisture is a factor. Any suggestions or is this not going to work???


05:31AM | 02/04/04
Member Since: 02/03/04
15 lifetime posts
affixing something as frail and originally unintended to be affixed to a wall as comics--whether from newsprint or from a book--sounds like a bad idea, especially in a bathroom. bathrooms are notoriously bad for wallpaper period. however, from a creative point-of-view the idea could be worth saving. likely there is some company that makes comic wallpaper and borders. if it is specific comics you desire, maybe you could laminate the comics and then affix them to the wall. probably better off stripping the wallpaper, priming and painting the walls and then hanging a few framed pics of snoopy or whomever


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