January 15, 2006For mine, my brother and I stripped the door panel down, then drew out the designs on 1/4 inch foam board from a fabric store (it was like $5), cut out the design and glued the designs on with 3M spray adhesive. Then we got tweed also from the fabric store, and used the spray adhesive to glue the tweed on the panel, and worked the tweed around the foam. It took like two hours for both doors, it turned out to be really easy, cheap, and was fun. Good luck with your project, and remember, the smallest details can have the biggest results.
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January 23, 2006u got tweed at the fabric store? thats a gold mind.. most people pick up burlap and think its tweed.. if its itchy.. its not tweed..
January 23, 2006It had to be ordered but the people that owned the place knew where to get it.
January 28, 2006I've had more than one shop tell me not to use any spray adhesive in a can, even 3-m 90. Said they release within a few weeks. Use contact adhesive,roll or brush on, or thin it & spray using a cheap spray gun.
February 14, 2006Mine was done before I left home, so probably about 6 years ago at least, and is still hangin on strong. I used the 3M spray. It might depend on what type of material you are spraying it on. The inside of my doors where like a wood/ cardboard mix or something, kind of like on the back of chalk board.