|Dimensions||12.5 × 6 cm|
This WoodUbend corner moulding would make an ornate addition to any craft or up-cycling project.
Our ‘Set of Scrolls’ moulding is a WoodUbend product.
All WoodUbend decorative wood trims and appliques are designed to add an individual touch to your creative project. The larger mouldings are great for larger projects, such as furniture upcycling. The smaller designs will be sure to enhance your crafting project with your own individual style. Our WoodUbend bendable wood trims & appliques are made from premium-quality materials which give our decorative wood mouldings extra durability and flexibility.
All WoodUbend products are wonderfully compatible with Posh Chalk coatings and decoupage papers to add colour, creativity and class to your projects. Also consider our range of high-quality, reusable stencils and our range of hand-made brushes.
Our third generation WoodUbend bendable wood trims & appliques are made at the highest compression rate yet and with upgraded rollers. This allows for cleaner, crisper lines and greater consistency from moulding to moulding. The new, third generation packaging includes a wooden insert for greater protection of the mouldings during transport and it’s a sustainable, reusable product – perfect for paint mixing, providing protection for surfaces when cutting or heating your WoodUbend mouldings, or turning into its very own project.
When cool, WoodUbend mouldings have all the properties of wood: they can be sanded; stained; sawed; distressed; painted; drilled; nailed; etc. However, with heat, the mouldings become pliable, flexible and malleable, allowing them to be stretched, shaped and applied to any surface, no matter how intricate the shape. When warm, WoodUbend mouldings are easy to cut and adhere to your projects.
You can use a heat gun, hair dryer or griddle to apply heat. It’s simple and fun! Heating means that the moulding will make an ultra-strong bond with the surface to which it is applied. It also means that if you re-heat it, you can remove and re-stick your moulding hours or even days after it has been applied. What could be easier?