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Roaring 20's <ul> <li class="is-open"> <h5>Product Details</h5> <div class="details"> <p>Stenciling-on-the-go is easier with DecoArt Stencils On A Ring. Individual characters are on their own sheet and secured with a detachable jump ring, making it a convenient way to craft on the go. Each ring contains an entire alphabet font in both uppercase and lowercase, numbers, and punctuation marks.</p> <ul> <li>Approx. 2 inches tall, 26 uppercase letters, 26 lowercase letters, 10 numbers, 8 punctuation marks</li> <li>Easy-to-use stencils on a convenient storage ring</li> <li>Clear material for easy alignment</li> </ul> </div> </li> <li> <h5>How To Use</h5> <div class="details"><strong>SECURING STENCIL</strong> <p>Adhere stencil to surface with stencil adhesive spray or a light tack tape such as painter's tape or masking tape.</p> <strong>ALIGNING LETTERS</strong> <p>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.</p> <strong>PROPER BRUSH LOADING</strong> <p>Don't overload a stencil brush or foam pouncer. Blot excess paint before applying to prevent paint from seeping underneath the edges of the stencil.</p> <strong>AFTER PAINT APPLICATION</strong> <p>Immediately peel stencil from surface to prevent paint from adhering to stencil.</p> <strong>STENCIL CARE</strong> <p>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.</p> </div> </li> <li> <h5>Tips</h5> <div class="details"><strong>BASECOATED SURFACES</strong> <p>Allow basecoated surfaces to completely dry before stenciling.</p> <p>When 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.</p> <p>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.</p> </div> </li> </ul>
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Roaring 20's <ul> <li class="is-open"> <h5>Product Details</h5> <div class="details"> <p>Stenciling-on-the-go is easier with DecoArt Stencils On A Ring. Individual characters are on their own sheet and secured with a detachable jump ring, making it a convenient way to craft on the go. Each ring contains an entire alphabet font in both uppercase and lowercase, numbers, and punctuation marks.</p> <ul> <li>Approx. 2 inches tall, 26 uppercase letters, 26 lowercase letters, 10 numbers, 8 punctuation marks</li> <li>Easy-to-use stencils on a convenient storage ring</li> <li>Clear material for easy alignment</li> </ul> </div> </li> <li> <h5>How To Use</h5> <div class="details"><strong>SECURING STENCIL</strong> <p>Adhere stencil to surface with stencil adhesive spray or a light tack tape such as painter's tape or masking tape.</p> <strong>ALIGNING LETTERS</strong> <p>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.</p> <strong>PROPER BRUSH LOADING</strong> <p>Don't overload a stencil brush or foam pouncer. Blot excess paint before applying to prevent paint from seeping underneath the edges of the stencil.</p> <strong>AFTER PAINT APPLICATION</strong> <p>Immediately peel stencil from surface to prevent paint from adhering to stencil.</p> <strong>STENCIL CARE</strong> <p>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.</p> </div> </li> <li> <h5>Tips</h5> <div class="details"><strong>BASECOATED SURFACES</strong> <p>Allow basecoated surfaces to completely dry before stenciling.</p> <p>When 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.</p> <p>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.</p> </div> </li> </ul>
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  • Product Details

    Stenciling-on-the-go is easier with DecoArt Stencils On A Ring. Individual characters are on their own sheet and secured with a detachable jump ring, making it a convenient way to craft on the go. Each ring contains an entire alphabet font in both uppercase and lowercase, numbers, and punctuation marks.

    • Approx. 2 inches tall, 26 uppercase letters, 26 lowercase letters, 10 numbers, 8 punctuation marks
    • Easy-to-use stencils on a convenient storage ring
    • Clear material for easy alignment
  • How To Use
    SECURING STENCIL

    Adhere stencil to surface with stencil adhesive spray or a light tack tape such as painter's tape or masking tape.

    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 a stencil brush or foam pouncer. Blot excess paint before applying to prevent paint from seeping underneath 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
    BASECOATED SURFACES

    Allow basecoated surfaces to completely dry before stenciling.

    When 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.

    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.

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