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"My daughter loves the happy flowers on her bedroom walls. Just as pretty as the real ones. :-)" (Heidi)

"I painted together with my husband. We had great fun, absolutely loved it..." (Natalie)

"I never thought I was capable of painting such a good picture." (Susan)

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Murals and Paintings

Main category >Murals and Paintings

Project the picture, trace the lines and paint. Simple as that!


Painting is one of the most ancient and well-known visual art forms. It empowers people in many ways. A wall mural, a poster or a canvas painting is a special way of expressing yourself and decorating your home. It is a form of relaxation and healing, a great means of education and a unique opportunity for bringing people closer to each other. It gives inspiration, satisfaction and joy while creating it and when looking at it afterwards. Painting with the help of a projector does not require a specific skill, too many tools and huge investment and it is not too time-consuming either. Have you decided where you would like to paint? It could be the lounge, the kitchen, bedroom, children’s room or anywhere else in your home. On the walls, the floor, furniture or a plain white craft paper…does not matter. Just simply select any images you like from the stock or send us your own design and we will create the slides for you and ship them in a few days. Once you got the kit, project the images out when it is almost dark in the room. The darker it is the better contours you get but it does not have to be pitch black. It is often enough if you close the curtains. You can swap the images in the projector as you go along and plan your design in detail, setting the right size and distance of the parts.

Have a real 3 D experience:


  • Resize the projected image according to your needs on the spot.
  •  Use the whole or just parts of the projected image.


  • Take a soft pencil to trace the image and a rubber to make corrections if needed.
  • Alter the shape to suit your design.



  • Colour in the drawings with water colour paint if you paint on the wall.


  • Experiment with applying different materials to the surface to give it more depth and texture.