Classical damask stencil Tali's Brocade
for wall decor. Consider trying
a reusable stencil instead of wallpaper for your next DIY wall
decorating project! Reusable wall stencils give you a look of designer
wallpaper at a fraction of the cost, plus you can perfectly coordinate
your paint colors with your existing decor (furniture, bedding, rugs or
This beautiful stencil design will look stunning on your accent wall or done as an allover pattern in an entire room.
Use this stencil a single ornament, or allover pattern with a spacing of your choice.
Try this stencil with our new Clip-on Stencil Level
, (sold separately) and discover how
easy it is to achieve perfectly level results without dealing with all
those bulky heavy bubble levels and annoying laser levels.Want to learn the easiest stenciling technique?
Here are the detailed illustrated Roller Stenciling Tips
Since it's a reusable sturdy stencil, and not a vinyl wall decal
can reuse it many, many times and create your own cool paint color
combos! You'll also get the satisfaction of knowing that you've created
your own hand-painted wall art instead of just applying wall stickers
or wallpaper. Stencils are not difficult to use and don't require
artistic ability. Stencils are more economical than wallpaper and way
classier than decals. Even beginners get fabulous results! Just follow
our illustrated instructions (included with every purchase).
We find that it is not necessary to use spray adhesive with our stencils
However, if you want very crisp edges or are using high contrasting
colors, please use it (Elmer's spray adhesive seems to be the best). I
personally prefer just to attach pieces of blue painter's tape to
secure the stencil, but for beginners it may be helpful to mist a
stencil with spray adhesive just to make sure you get great results.When
stenciling on fabric
, stencil adhesive is very helpful. First, tape your
ironed fabric to the surface so it doesn't move around while you
stencil. Use stencil brushes, or roller, and add some textile medium (
sold in craft stores) to your acrylic paint. You can also get a special
fabric paint, but, frankly, good craft acrylics with a dollop of
textile medium work just as well, and cost way less too! :) Let the
stenciled image dry completely, 24 hours is best, then heat-set it by
ironing the fabric for about 20 sec. ( more or less) on a LOW setting
through the piece of cloth. Heat-setting will cure the paint and will
prevent it from being washed off in the washing machine. Always
experiment with a sample of your fabric first to ensure good results.
I've stenciled on silk, cotton, linen and even sheer fabrics with great
results. It's always better if your fabric doesn't have too much