Polka Dot Washer & Dryer

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I have been slowly (very slowly!) working on a laundry room makeover over the last several months. Sometimes it takes awhile! ha! (Scroll down to see the before & after!) My most recent addition to this makeover are my adorable polka dot washer & dryer. So let's get started! :)
You'll need 3 sheets of 24 inch by 12 inch black vinyl for this project. I found my vinyl at Happy Crafters.
I used my Silhouette CAMEO to cut out a bunch of polka dots. You can hop over to my blog to see how to cut & weed vinyl. Just search how to cut vinyl, and it should pop right up.
After all my vinyl was cut I started applying my vinyl dots. I started at the top & worked my way down. I matched up the vinyl pattern as best as could. It was pretty easy to do since they were polka dots. ;)
Eventually I made it all the way around! I love how they turned out. So cute!
It almost makes me want to do the laundry.....almost! ;)
Here's the BORING before......
I love the after. Can you spot all of the changes? Hop over to my blog! I made a list of all the changes I made. See if you got them all. :) Would you like to polka dot something in your house? ;)

Ginger Bowie
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

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  • Linda Carlow Marquis Linda Carlow Marquis on Mar 27, 2017
    The washer dryer transformation was wonderful! Is there any way to do something similar if you don't have the equipment to cut out design? Thank you!

  • Cbo20795302 Cbo20795302 on Mar 27, 2017
    This is the cutest thing I've seen..............but I don't have a Cricut or other machine to cut out the dots. Any suggestions?

  • Lio2914546 Lio2914546 on Aug 20, 2018

    Hello from France ,

    Where did you find this black weight vinyl?

    At home here, it is not transparent!

    It is just a decoration in a roll, and when it is applied it often makes bubbles! lol!

    Thank you for your answer ....... Yours.


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  • Rubyskye Rubyskye on Feb 04, 2021

    This idea is worth a 10 handclapping wow! So different and so imaginative. I am curious about how the stickers hold up. Perhaps using the cut out clear sheet and painting in the black dots with enamel?

  • Kathy Kathy on Aug 16, 2021

    I think you could use a stencil and paint on dots or anything else. Krylon has so many psints that will paint anything. Would be tricky