Shelley Swain

Shelley Swain

Shanghai, CHINA / English artist and secondary school teacher of art... living and working in Shanghai
Shelley Swain
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Add lace to your window with cornstarch. Iron your lace and cut to fit. Mix 2 tbsp cornstarch with about an equal amount of cold water, then mix that in about a cup and a half of boiling water. Paint a thick layer on the window pane. Then apply another thick layer on top using random brush strokes being sure to get all the corners. To remove it, you just wash it off with warm water,

Add lace to your window with cornstarch. Iron your lace and cut to fit. Mix 2 tbsp cornstarch with about an equal amount of cold water, then mix that in about a cup and a half of boiling water. Paint a thick layer on the window pane. Then apply another thick layer on top using random brush strokes being sure to get all the corners. To remove it, you just wash it off with warm water,

YES! Using starched fabric for walls instead of wallpaper! Now I can decorate my walls in my no-paint-allowed apartment. I am thrilled to try this. Take THAT UMD!

YES! Using starched fabric for walls instead of wallpaper! Now I can decorate my walls in my no-paint-allowed apartment. I am thrilled to try this. Take THAT UMD!

Vinyl floor cloths lay like rugs, but are more heavy duty and durable. They can be cut to fit a space, which makes them a great temporary solution for small rental bathrooms.

Vinyl floor cloths lay like rugs, but are more heavy duty and durable. They can be cut to fit a space, which makes them a great temporary solution for small rental bathrooms.

Kim Beom. STPI, Singapore. June 2017

Kim Beom. STPI, Singapore. June 2017

Yayoi Kusama. The National Gallery, Singapore. June 2017

Yayoi Kusama. The National Gallery, Singapore. June 2017