What you'll need: Decal, some masking tape, plastic card (debit/credit cards work great)
1. Make sure wall is clean and dust-free.
2. Some decals may require cutting. Cut alongside marks indicated on decal.
3. Align decal to desired position on wall. Using the masking tape, mark where the decal will lay on the wall.
4. Now place the decal on a flat surface with the design facing down. Use your plastic card to apply pressure to the back of the decal. This will ensure proper adherence.
5. Slowly peel the backing paper (design still facing down) away from the transfer paper. Make sure the vinyl decal is transferring perfectly to the transfer paper. If any part of the decal comes up with the backing paper, repeat step 4.
6. Position decal on wall using the marks created in step 3 as a reference. Apply pressure using plastic card. This will ensure no air bubbles form in the vinyl. Go over entire design.
7. From one of the top corners, gently and slowly peel the transfer paper away from the wall. If any part of the vinyl decal is not bonding well with wall, re-apply pressure to that section as explained in step 6.
1. Clean the macbook surface. Make sure it’s dust free and dry.
2. Carefully peel the backing paper from the decal at a sharp angle.
3. Align the decal and press it onto the macbook surface. (Making the apple glow can help with alignment) For circle decals, ensure the top of the apple leaf and the upper right edge of the apple are covered by the decal before pressing down. (to avoid light leaks)
4. Firmly run plastic card across the transfer tape to make sure the decal adheres to the surface.
5. Slowly peel the transfer tape from the top of the decal. If any part of the decal starts to come up with the tape, run over that part of the decal with a card and try to peel the tape again.
6. Once design is applied, remove registration lines (if any) from macbook surface.