What’s the difference between “Fail” and “Epic Fail”?

Is it the size of the error, or the size of the project?

epic fail
noun Slang.
1. a spectacularly embarrassing or humorous mistake, humiliating situation, etc., that is subject to ridicule and given a greatly exaggerated importance.

This is why I ask – started out like most of my other projects – in need of some TLC;

 

But a white table is kind of boring – I wanted to amp this up a bit…

I thought I’d try creating a stencil with adhesive vinyl cut from my Silhouette…

First mistake – there aren’t sheets big enough to cover the entire table-top, so I had to piece a few together.


Okay, so I missed a small area, but I can paint that by hand afterwards – shouldn’t be too difficult.


Loving the coral colour!

Looks not too bad?


From my second storey landing.

Anything closer and you see this:

So would this be considered a “fail” because it’s a small table, or would it be considered an “Epic fail” because it took me almost an hour just to peel off each individual sticker and it still looks atrocious?



Easy enough fix with a light sanding – but I had to show one of my “learned the hard way” posts.



Oh, and in case you were hoping to learn something while you were here…

Here’s how to keep cellophane/cling wrap/ saran wrap from sticking to icing…




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2015-05-09T17:47:35-04:00July 29th, 2014|Uncategorised|0 Comments

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