Fun with Stencils

My Garden Life
August 10, 2015
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Supplies:

  • Stencil
  • Tape
  • Paint Brush
  • Clear Coat Spray

Here’s How:

1.Tape the easy-to-use stencil securely to a clean, smooth surface.

2. Choose a paint that is suitable to the surface being stenciled. Load the brush lightly with paint and work from the edges of the stencil to the center. This helps prevent paint from getting under the stencil.


3. Carefully peel the stencil off while paint is still wet. Once your design is complete and dry, apply a clear, protective coat.

Check our Pinterest for stenciling ideas, tips and how-to videos. Then snap photos of your creations and share them!

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