My project was papering the backs of two 10’ built in bookcases- the shelves can not be removed which gave me lots of chance to practice putting the paper up and getting it cut to fit. I’ve done a fair bit of traditional wallpapering and I think that helped me get up the learning curve quickly. What I really liked about this paper compared to traditional paper is the fact with the peel and stick paper you have unlimited chances to get it right. I love how you can put it on and take it off over and over again until it is positioned just so - no worries about the paper drying out or getting damaged. Getting the air bubbles out took a little patience but with the smoothing tool it wasn’t bad. Cutting the paper was the biggest challenge for me - as with any paper lots of sharp blades are a must.