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Westcott LetterCraft 12" Oil Board Lettering Stencil Kit (15932)

Westcott's LetterCraft Oil Board lettering stencils are exactly what you are looking for in labeling and sign creation. Create your own sign quickly and easily. Westcott Drafting & Drawing Tools are some of the finest products of their kind for students and professionals. Our commitment to meticulous quality and cutting edge innovation in measurement and art materials has earned an unparalleled reputation.
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  • Reusable oil board stencils
  • Easy to use
  • Great for indoor & outdoor use
  • Contains A-Z & various punctuation symbols
  • Available in assorted fonts and colors
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How do you keep the paint for bleeding around the stencil. I can tape around the outside edge but what about the inside?

Asked by: ValerieC
Step 1 Spray the back of your stencils with a stencil adhesive before securing them on the wall. Stencil adhesive is a low-tack adhesive that will help to create a seal so that paint will not easily drip or spread. Step 2 Secure your stencil to the wall firmly with painter's tape. The less your stencil moves, the less of a problem you will have. Step 3 Pour your paint in small amounts into a Styrofoam or plastic disposable plate. This will help prevent too much paint from loading on the brush. When stenciling you want to use a dry brush effect to avoid drips. Step 4 Use a brush specifically designed for stenciling. Stenciling brushes are round, full and tightly packed. They also have a flat painting surface for good coverage. Step 5 Tap your brush into your paint on your plate to load it, then tap and blot it in an empty spot, or onto a paper towel, to remove most of the paint. Again, you want the brush practically dry. Step 6 Hold the brush horizontally, with the flat side of the bristles parallel to the wall. Don't hold your brush on an angle or bristles can slip in behind the stencil, smudging the design. Step 7 Tap the brush onto the stencil. Don't brush or rub. Cover the area a little at a time, re-loading the brush when necessary and blotting off excess paint. Continue until the design is complete. Step 8 Remove stencils before the paint dries to avoid peeling. Peel the stencil back slowly and carefully. Step 9 Allow at least 24 to 48 hours before adding additional stencil layers so your previous layers won't smudge or peel off.
Answered by: Tracy
Date published: 2019-12-09
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