Christmas Robin Birds Craft & Decor Stencil. Festive Xmas Decorating Crafts. Snow Spray Window Display Stencils. (S / A5 / 10x17cm / See images)
by Ideal Stencils
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Use this Robin Birds Craft & Decor Stencil to create beautiful hand painted decor. This versatile design could be used for painting on walls, fabrics or furniture. It is also festive/Christmas in style so it could be used for frost spray window displays, making hand made decorations, card making or even making your own unique hand painted wrapping paper. Easy to use, just paint through the stencils cut out areas to transfer the design to your chosen surface. SIZE OPTIONS This stencil comes in various sizes to suit your project needs. Choose your size from the drop down box at the top of the listing. All sizes refer to the actual finished cut out design, which is cut into the sheet with a small border left around the edges for masking off etc WHAT ARE THE STENCILS MADE FROM The stencil has been cut from transparent 190 micron Mylar stencil sheeting which is thin yet strong and hard wearing. Our stencils are reusable, washable and flexible and are suitable for use with most types of paint. HOW DO YOU PAINT YOUR STENCIL The most popular way to paint your stencil is with a brush or roller and you can use almost any type of paint: Emulsion, acrylic, fabric paint, spray paint etc, It all depends on your application needs or preferences. Adhere the stencil to the surface you want to stencil using repositionable spray mount or pieces of tape. Paint through the cut out parts of the stencil, making sure not to use too much paint as this will leave a blotchy result. For more detailed advice please visit our very useful HOW TO STENCIL pages. All images and designs copyright of Ideal Stencils
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