IOD Storrs and Harrison Decor Transfer 12" x 60"

Storrs and Harrison is a fancy black-image transfer which resembles a general store frontage sign. This transfer features a bold script font that is embellished with floral blooms. This transfer is available in size 12" x 60".

"Fridays were elbow to elbow, and if you didn't get in first, you were drinking your float on the curb, eye level to the whitewalls rolling by. I can still recall sticking to that red vinyl stool and that worn-out old advertising sign that hung above the soda fountain. Something like Harrison's Seeds, or ... that's it. Storrs and Harrison Co. Funny, the things that stick with you."

Use them to add a unique touch to your furniture projects, wall art or accessories. Pressure sensitive, you apply them by rubbing them onto the surface. Ensure a long lasting result by sealing with a quality sealer. We highly recommend sealing with Annie Sloan Clear Wax, but any water-based sealer is usually suitable. Avoid sealers that contain acetone, because it eats transfers. Transfers are not recommended for outdoor use. 

$26.00
-
+

Storrs and Harrison is a fancy black-image transfer which resembles a general store frontage sign. This transfer features a bold script font that is embellished with floral blooms. This transfer is available in size 12" x 60".

"Fridays were elbow to elbow, and if you didn't get in first, you were drinking your float on the curb, eye level to the whitewalls rolling by. I can still recall sticking to that red vinyl stool and that worn-out old advertising sign that hung above the soda fountain. Something like Harrison's Seeds, or ... that's it. Storrs and Harrison Co. Funny, the things that stick with you."

Use them to add a unique touch to your furniture projects, wall art or accessories. Pressure sensitive, you apply them by rubbing them onto the surface. Ensure a long lasting result by sealing with a quality sealer. We highly recommend sealing with Annie Sloan Clear Wax, but any water-based sealer is usually suitable. Avoid sealers that contain acetone, because it eats transfers. Transfers are not recommended for outdoor use. 

Recently Viewed Products