Fox Patrol


Sheet size: 88.8cm x 55.5cm
Pieces 1
Package size: 32cm x 25cm
Instructions for Application Hokus Pokus new “Décor-Weave” designs will inspire you to upcycle your old, previously loved furniture from drab to fab! Hokus Pokus Décor-Weave designs are highly detailed expressions of art which can be applied to natural wood, painted furniture or a surface of your choice.
Requirements for applying a Hokus Pokus Décor-Weave:
1.) an already painted and perpared piece of furniture/project which is sanded smooth.
2.) a Décor-Weave Design,
3.) paint brush,
4.) brayer,
5.) water-based sealer,
6.) 400 grit sand paper,
7.) clean water,
8.) clean cloth,
9.) and a Flatiron
……..optional extra a glass of wine.
With the iron on a cool setting, gently iron the back of your Décor-Weave design to remove initial fold lines.
The prepared furniture piece: wipe down with a wet cloth to remove all the dust. It is vitally important to remove all excess dust before applying any Hokus Pokus Décor-Weave to your project.
Sharp pieces of wood dust, no matter how small, can spoil the surface and texture of your Décor-Weave project.
All painted surfaces must be 100% dry to avoid the Hokus Pokus Décor-Weave from lifting or creating air bubbles.
Always plan beforehand where you are going to place your Hokus Pokus Décor-Weave and cut to size, if needed.
Applying the Décor-Weave: Apply a base coat of a good quality polyurethane water-based sealer, while still wet place the Hokus Pokus Décor-Weave in the desired place, ensure all air bubbles are removed by rolling with a brayer.
Wait about 30min then apply a 1st coat of sealer over the Hokus Pokus Décor-Weave, wait until 100% dry then apply a 2nd coat and 3rd coat, ensure the surface is completely dry as per manufacturer’s instructions – don’t rush this phase.
Once 100% dried and cured, gently sand the whole design with 400 grit sandpaper to a smooth texture.
Clean with a wet cloth.
The last very important step is to sit back and enjoy your masterpiece then share your project on our Instagram or Facebook pages.