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FolkArt ® Painting Stencils - Large - Simply Scroll

Item #30597 UPC #028995305979 Condition: New Availability: In Stock $5.99

These intricate, laser-cut designs are perfect for backgrounds, borders, focal points and so much more! Durable and reusable, these stencils even come with project ideas, how-tos and a supply list.

Size: 8-1/2" x 9-1/2"

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These intricate, laser-cut designs are perfect for backgrounds, borders, focal points and so much more! Durable and reusable, these stencils even come with project ideas, how-tos and a supply list.

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On what types of surfaces can I use FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils?
FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils work beautifully on many decorative craft painting surfaces including wood, tin, paper mache, terra cotta, canvas, plaster and fabric.
What tools do I use with FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils?
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.
How do I clean FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils?
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.
On which side of FolkArt Laser-Cut Painting Stencils should I stencil?
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.