Pride  (6"x9")

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Pride
  • Product Details
    BETWEEN THE LINES

    Unique layering stencils that add fun and trendy patterns to the inside of letters and take the trend of personalization to an entirely new level. The line includes four different 3" fonts that will appeal to all style preferences. Each package also includes eight layering designs on two additional sheets, which can be used alone or combined to customize lettering.

    INITIAL IMPRESSIONS

    Decorative monogram stencils to easily create traditional 3-letter or individual letter monograms for craft and home decor projects. Line includes contemporary, classic, traditional, and whimsical font styles, each with 3" and 4" letters and complementary frame/border designs that add a finishing touch.

    URBAN INK

    Edgy tattoo-inspired stencils with fonts and design elements that are inspirational and fashion-forward and make their own statement on any craft or mixed media art project. Line includes four fonts and four additional options that offer a combination of trendy tattoo design elements, quotes, and words.

  • How to use Personally Yours Stencils
    BETWEEN THE LINES

    To create painted and patterned letters, first position and affix the letter stencil to the surface area and then stencil the background color of the letter. Remove stencil and let dry. Then position and affix the layering pattern stencil directly over the painted background letter. Position and affix the letter stencil on top of pattern stencil. Stencil in the pattern color. Remove stencils and let dry.
    To create patterned letters, first position and affix the layering pattern stencil directly to surface. Position and affix the letter stencil on top of the pattern sheet. Stencil in the pattern color. Remove stencils and let dry.

    ALIGNING LETTERS

    To ensure a stenciled word will be straight, use a ruler and pencil or chalk pencil to lightly draw a line. Follow stencil guide lines to align letters or numbers you are stenciling. Position stencil, tape to secure and proceed to stencil letters. For curved lines, use a round or oval object as a template. Lightly trace around object and then follow the previous instructions above to align the letters. Once paint is dry, erase marks before sealing with varnish.

    PROPER BRUSH LOADING

    Don't overload the stencil brush or foam pouncer. Blot excess paint before applying to prevent the paint from seeping under the edges of the stencil.

    AFTER PAINT APPLICATION

    Immediately peel stencil from surface to prevent paint from adhering to stencil.

    STENCIL CARE

    Wash stencils as needed throughout the project to prevent paint from drying on stencil edges. This step will ensure clean, crisp edges from start to finish.

  • Tips for Personally Yours Stencils
    BETWEEN THE LINES: EASE OF USE

    Cut pattern stencil sheets along perforated lines for easy stenciling and storage.

    INITIAL IMPRESSIONS: 3-LETTER MONOGRAMS

    Stencil larger center letter before aligning smaller letters on each side.

    BASECOATED SURFACES

    Allow basecoated surfaces to completely dry before stenciling.

    STENCILING ON FABRIC

    Try adding fine grit sandpaper between the backing board and the fabric, grit side up. The fine grit sandpaper will "grab" the fabric and prevent it from moving or shifting while you are stenciling.

    CREATING OUTLINES

    To create outlines of the stencil image simply trace the shapes with a pen or pencil. Add additional squiggles, dots, and doodles or fill completely.

    FOR HEAVIER COVERAGE

    Apply two thin coats instead of one thick coat. Allow to dry between coats.

    SEAMLESS LETTERING

    For a non-stenciled look, connect the bridges when finished stenciling. Take a small paintbrush and dip the tip into the same color you used for the rest of the letter. Connect the pieces of the letter. This will ensure your finished project looks clean and professional.

    REMOVING DRIED PAINT FROM STENCIL

    Immerse stencil in water for several minutes. Use a small scrub brush (like a nylon dish scrubber or nail brush) to gently remove paint. Rinse and pat dry with paper towel.

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