thread When I was small I got a 'photodoor'.
It was a door sized poster. It came in two parts and was essentially wallpaper. You had to trim it, wet it, apply it then trim it again. It involved taking the door down, removing the handles, cleaning and sanding it, then doing a bit of wallpapering.

Needless to say it was beyond tiny cowjam, and beyond my mum too so it lived in its tube.

Then I grew up and moved away. My photodoor moved with me. In fact, it's always moved with me. 15 houses and 38 years since it rolled out of its Swedish factory I have finally got round to applying it to a door!

I'm just filling a bath so I can get it properly wet. I'll update you tomorrow in whether it was a success or not.
permalink That was easier than I expected.
Will have to see if it actuality sticks.
permalink So, what's on the poster?
permalink a picture
of a nicer door
permalink Doorception!
We need to go deeper...
permalink It's a woodland park.
I'll get a photo of it later. It worked well, it looks really good.
permalink i was expecting you to have put the first half up
then baby arrived and you did the second half when they graduated from uni or something
permalink Ha.
The instructions said you had to do both at once as marrying up a wet bit with a dry bit doesn't work very well.