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Cool Blue or a riot of rainbow colours, you choose how to paint this 2 layer Bunting Stencil. The first layer is for the flags and the second layer for the details, the stencil has 3 flags, just repeat as many times as you need. This design is also available as Bunting for Girls which features a heart instead of a star on the middle flag. Use as part of any scheme and paint the bunting to match fabrics and flooring. This is a reusable wall stencil for decorating, just add paint! This is not a vinyl sticker (decal).
2 Layer wall stencil.
Material: 125 micron Polyester Mylar stencil film. Thin yet strong allowing for close contact to the surface to be painted. Flexible and semi-transparent, reusable and washable. Suitable for use with all types of paint including spray paint.
Stenciling is fun, easy, fast and cost effective. Unlike wall stickers which have a solid and usually single colour, stencils can be painted any colour you like and can be used over and over again with paint colours of your choice giving totally unique results every time. Don't stop at the walls, try stenciling fabrics and furniture to coordinate, just use the appropriate paint for the job.
Choose a stencil design you like and decide which size you need for your project. As well as a stencil you will need paint, low tack stencil tape or adhesive spray and brushes or sponges for applying the paint. Any type of paint can be used although thick acrylic paints will give the best results for walls, fabric paints can be used for fabrics which need to be washed since they can be ironed and 'fixed' ready for washing. Other suitable types of paint include spray paints, oil paint sticks and creams, in fact any type of coloured medium can be used.
Decide where you're going to start. Stencil designs can be applied randomly, in a border or all-over pattern, it's up to you, there are no rules here, that is the beauty of stenciling, your end results will be truly unique.
To paint: use small pieces of tape or spray adhesive to secure the stencil in place, add a little paint to a stencil brush, sponge or roller, remove excess paint and then begin to paint through the cut parts of the stencil, continue until all the cut areas have been painted. Less is definately more when it comes to painting a stencil and too much paint will result in bleeding behind the stencil. If necessary practice stenciling on some paper or card before you start on the wall.
Once painted, remove the stencil, reposition and start again...
Stencils can be cleaned with appropriate cleaning fluid or warm water and a soft brush, be careful not to bend any parts of the stencil. It's not entirely necessary to clean the stencil after use although smaller cut outs may become clogged with paint eventually which will effect the crispness of the design, thicker paint layers can be peeled from the stencil.
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