Kamina's DIY Decal Aplication Directions

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This downloadable document is detailed directions on how to apply the decals and chains included in my DIY Kamina's Cape Decal Kit to any cape. https://www.etsystudio.com/listing/236451734/diy-kaminas-cape-decal-kits
I made this guide myself while I was making a cape, so it will literally walk you through the process from start to finish.
If you have any questions about the process or need a little extra guidance while applying the kit feel free to send me a message!


-----Important-----
After I made this guide I changed up the the style of the flames included in my kits a little bit to be more accurate, and was forced to change fabrics after my orange got discontinued. Even though this guide uses the old style and fabric as an example, it is still the same process and very useful when applying the kit to your cape.


FAQs

I am limited on what I can make for custom orders. If something similar to what you want is already in my shop chances are I can make it. If you are unsure feel free to contact me!

The common question is they planned on using the pistol for both conventions and photo shoots so they were torn about which style to get. My recommendation about that because the tip cannot be removed you choose the color based on what it will be used for most. An orange tipped pistol clearly meets convention safety guidelines without modifications where as gun with a matching tip is nice and pretty for photo shoots. You can also use orange electrical or masking tape (so it wont hurt the paint) on the end of a matching tipped pistol so when you go to conventions it is acceptable. Orange electrical tape can be found for about $4 at Home Depot, Lowes and other hardware stores.

This depend on the item, more detailed versions of this are also in item descriptions. Pistols: The batteries in the pistol tend to get knocked out of place when the pistol is dropped or if it takes a hard hit. Just open the battery compartment and push them back into place for the toy to work again. Water is not kind to this gun, be careful in wet weather. Large Props: Large props are constructed from pvc pipe and insulation foam so they cannot stand up to heavy abuse. The body is strong but not indestructible. Water is not kind to this hand made weapon, take precautions to cover the weapon if you plan on being out in wet weather. Capes and Decals: Hand wash and air dry only! I do not recommend you iron. See listing for more information.

An example video with the sounds can be found here https://youtu.be/yaxfnvhBYZA

New York and California have a law that prohibits the sale of toy fire arms within the state. That includes online sales. To protect myself and to protect you I do not sell any weapons to people with a New York or California address. As for international sales, because customs is so tricky and prop weapon laws vary from country to country (they can even vary within a country), I do not sell prop weapons of any kind to anyone outside of the United States for any reason.

I am limited on what I can make for custom orders. If something similar to what you want is already in my shop chances are I can make it. If you are unsure feel free to contact me!

The common question is they planned on using the pistol for both conventions and photo shoots so they were torn about which style to get. My recommendation about that because the tip cannot be removed you choose the color based on what it will be used for most. An orange tipped pistol clearly meets convention safety guidelines without modifications where as gun with a matching tip is nice and pretty for photo shoots. You can also use orange electrical or masking tape (so it wont hurt the paint) on the end of a matching tipped pistol so when you go to conventions it is acceptable. Orange electrical tape can be found for about $4 at Home Depot, Lowes and other hardware stores.

This depend on the item, more detailed versions of this are also in item descriptions. Pistols: The batteries in the pistol tend to get knocked out of place when the pistol is dropped or if it takes a hard hit. Just open the battery compartment and push them back into place for the toy to work again. Water is not kind to this gun, be careful in wet weather. Large Props: Large props are constructed from pvc pipe and insulation foam so they cannot stand up to heavy abuse. The body is strong but not indestructible. Water is not kind to this hand made weapon, take precautions to cover the weapon if you plan on being out in wet weather. Capes and Decals: Hand wash and air dry only! I do not recommend you iron. See listing for more information.

An example video with the sounds can be found here https://youtu.be/yaxfnvhBYZA

New York and California have a law that prohibits the sale of toy fire arms within the state. That includes online sales. To protect myself and to protect you I do not sell any weapons to people with a New York or California address. As for international sales, because customs is so tricky and prop weapon laws vary from country to country (they can even vary within a country), I do not sell prop weapons of any kind to anyone outside of the United States for any reason.



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