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FolkArt ® Painting Stencils
These intricate, laser-cut designs are perfect for backgrounds, borders, focal points and so...
FolkArt ® Handmade Charlotte™ Stencils
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Stencil1 ® FolkArt ® Laser Stencils
Stencil1 ® is a street art inspired brand founded by artist, painter, graphic designer, DIY...

FolkArt Stencils

Discover the Art of Decorative Craft Painting! 
Decorative craft painting has never been easier, thanks to FolkArt's easy-to-use tools and techniques. Components include Peel & Stick Stencils, Easy to Paint Rub-On Patterns and Painting Stencils. While lovely when used individually, they truly come to beautiful life when combined to create projects that wow! The simple to use tools include complete technique instructions, project how-to's and helpful tips that show anyone how truly easy it is to paint. When coupled with the expansive FolkArt family of paints, our painting design tools allow painters of all skill levels to create truly unique and stunning projects.
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Stencil1 Laser Stencils FAQs
Learn how to use the new Stencil1® laser stencils from FolkArt®.
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FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils can be used with a variety of painting tools, including FolkArt Daubers, Spouncers®, stencil brushes, sea or cosmetic sponges and rollers. Each tool produces a slightly different effect. You may want to try different applicators until you find the right look and best fit for your project.
 
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Stencil1® FolkArt® stencils can be applied to most craft surfaces such as wood, paper mache, t-shirts, terra cotta, metal, stretched canvas, fabric as well as glass and ceramic surfaces. more...
 
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Yes, you can use a die-cut machine to cut a FolkArt Peel & Stick Painting Stencil Blank.
 
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You can stencil on either side of a FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencil. If using a stencil brush to stencil on a slick surface, you may find the brush glides better when stenciling on the slick side of the stencil. Remember, when some stencils are flipped, they will produce a reversed image.