How to Stencil Anything with Masterful Techniques

  You could spend hours searching for a graphic rug—or DIY the exact style you want with this cool technique. Using a roller, coat the entire surface of a sturdy canvas floorcloth in two coats of dark-gray paint (visible in the "grout" lines). Once it dries, apply a large-scale stencil—we chose a two-by-three-foot one with a subway-tile motif— and roll on a coat of white paint to create the rectangles (as shown). Then add a coral "shadow" between them by shifting the stencil slightly...
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Spring Tile Projects? Try a Stencil Instead.

What does Spring mean besides sunny, warm weather?  If you’re lucky, it means your tax refund!  If you’re already considering using that tax refund to update a few things around the house, you may want to consider adding stencils to that list. You need only allocate a small fraction of your refund toward stenciling. Stencils can be used is a variety of ways. For example, this is a stunning picture showcasing a customer’s talent using our Subway Tile Stencil.  This stencil a...
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