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Stencils & Stenciling

Stenciling is a great way to add a unique touch to almost any surface. Whether you are creating a personalized gift, adding stencil accents to walls or home decor or making crafts with the kids, Plaid has the stencil products and inspiration to make your next project a success!

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Yes, silkscreens are reusable. After each use, silkscreens should be washed and dried immediately to prevent clogging. Silkscreens can be washed with warm water immediately or can be gently scrubbed with soap and water. more...
 
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Clean FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils with cool water while the paint is still wet. To remove dried paint from the stencil, use a paper towel dampened with rubbing alcohol. Rub gently to avoid tearing the stencil.
 
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Stencil1® FolkArt® stencil brushes make the perfect tools when stenciling with Stencil1® FolkArt® stencils. Conveniently there are two sizes of stencil brushes, a medium and large which work well with the varying sizes of stencils. You can also use spouncers, foam rollers and sponges.
 
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Wood – Sand smooth with fine grit sandpaper, wipe away sawdust. Tin – Wash with soap and water, wipe with white vinegar dampened cloth, rinse well and dry. Terra Cotta – Wipe clean, seal pot interior with clear acrylic spray before potting plant. Canvas – Wipe primed canvas clean, if unprimed, apply two coats of gesso. Paper Mache – Wipe clean with damp cloth. Plaster – Wipe clean with damp cloth. Plastic – Wash with soap and water and allow to dry. Once surface is prepared, basecoat in color of choice and allow to thoroughly dry. If desired, create a patterned background such as sponging, striping, slip slap, flyspecking, etc. before transferring design patterns.