|"Hawaiian Sky" paint color is a Dutch Boy paint color, and I found it at Fred Meyer|
|Plain, white, kitchenaid mixer. I'll now call this "the before"|
Fast forward a few days later, and I was so excited to get this little package in the mail. It contained tons of decals, a page of detailed instructions on how to do this project, and bonus - some links to some YouTube videos for the visual learners like me.
|Vinyl decals for my kitchenaid by Good Golly Graphics|
|There were a ton of decals in the pack. Very nice!|
|Individual vinyl decals for the kitchenaid|
The next step is to get some blue painter's tape (hey, I JUST happened to have that, I just painted my kitchen, how did you KNOW!?) and tape your selected shape at the top and press firmly a few times, making a flap of sorts.
|My first decal. I was so nervous and wanted to get it right the FIRST time.|
|The painter tape acts as a "hinge" so your decal stays in place while it's all sticky and vulnerable|
|The more flexible backing side comes right off and the design is now firmly on your mixer|
|Four pieces down - no turning back now!|
|Holy cow, it's turning out so cute!!!|
I decided to put the Kitchenaid back on the counter, with the silver bowl back in place for the full effect. You can see that I decided to leave the center part where the bowl sits white (I thought that gave it a nice contrast) and I can't believe how NICE it looks with my new aqua walls! My hubby came home and was actually impressed. He said it gave it "personality".
|A designer look at a bargain price!|
So if you have an older mixer (before all the snazzy colors came out), or even if you have one of those newfangled colors, you can get some awesome decals for under $20 and try out a cool design that matches your kitchen. Check out Good Golly Graphics because, not only can she customize the shown design into a ton of specialized colors (even silver and white), I found out she's an Army wife and doing this as home business while her hubby is deployed and she's keeping down the fort at home, so it's a great way to support the troops too. By the way, the exact design I picked is called "Flourish kitchen mixer swirl decal" and you can find it by clicking here. She had a ton of colors to choose from.
You did a lovely make-over on your mixer! I have a black one, and was looking for ideas to jazz mine up a bit. Thanks for posting this.
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