For stencils see STENCILS catagory
Handy tube applicator with sponge use it directy or take the color out by removing the cap to use with brush.
Designing one’s living space individually is still in line with the trend. Give your walls, furniture, pots, caskets, frames, lampshades etc. a wonderful new design with stencil technique. With the vast color selection of the pastose Home Design Stencil Color and the extensive assortment of stencils, creative designing knows no bounds
- Water-based acrylic paints are creamy, covering, lightfast, can be thinned with water, mixed with one another and are quick drying
- Suitable for virtually all surfaces, e.g. wood, paper, cardboard, polystyrene, stone, terracotta, fabrics, carpets, coconut mats and walls
- Use a stencil brush, painting knife, stencil roller or a sponge for dabbing on the paint
- Evenly plastered walls and wallpapers with no surface texture or grain are especially good
- In case of use on non-finished fabrics and synthetics, colors are fixed after drying by means of ironing on the reverse (coton setting).
- Textiles are washable at 30°C at hand-wash setting.
TUTORIAL AND HOW TO?
Background should be clean, dust and grease-free and dry. Paste the numbered separate patterns on the chosen place and smooth out. Start with the lowest motif. Make sure to arrange the separate motifs close to each other (step 1).
Dab the desired paint on the motif. We recommend for dabbing: a dry stencil brush or a paint roller (see next page). Use only a little paint and apply paint from outer border of motif to inside to avoid that paint gets under the stencil.
Try out other techniques on a sheet of paper. In order to increase the color intensity, after color application allow the stencil to stick on the surface to be decorated; let color dry. Apply paint to the chosen places repeatedly. Apply several thinner layers instead of one thick layer, since otherwise the surplus of paint might get under the stencils. Just as well you may dab together two or more colors within one surface for a continued course of colors.
Pull stencils off the wall carefully (step 2) and paint interspaces, if necessary, in respective color (step 3).
Clean stencils and tools carefully with clear water or a moist cloth immediately after use. For drying and storing place each stencil on the silicone-coated papers inside the package.
Evenly plastered walls and wallpapers with no surface texture or grain are especially suitable. On mineral plaster, large stencils should be extra fastened.