The kit came to me in a really neat package. It included the rug, 2 cans of paint (I got blue and green), 2 cans of sealer, and lots of stencils. I got the geometric kit which included stencils of the whole alphabet and various geometric shapes.
The directions are really quite simple. First you must vacuum the rug, then paint your rug (which can be done inside... it's safe for kids and pets!), and once it has dried for 48 hours, you seal it. After you complete those steps you have your very own customized rug!
This gives you an idea of what the stenciling part is like. You need to cover the stencils around the one you are using, so you only paint the one you want. I started out covering them with paper towels but switched to duct tape, that way I didn't have to keep changing the paper towels. Usually after I sprayed the paint I would have to use a paper towel to blot the excess paint. It really wasn't too difficult, my only problem was I should have been more diligent in measuring my pattern. I made a few mistakes, but one really cool thing about this paint is you can actually vacuum it up if you make a mistake! I definitely had to do that a few times, but in the end my rug turned out great.
Here is my finished rug:
How would you design your own Vecco rug?
To learn more about the Vecco Design Your Own Rug Kit, check out Jill Bauer's blog.
*Disclaimer: I was given the Vecco Design Your Own Rug Kit for free by QVC. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own.