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Grape Leaves Stencil - Medium - 5" x 4" - STCL504_2 - by StudioR12

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Grape Leaves Stencil - Medium - 5" x 4" - STCL504_2 - by StudioR12

This simple grape leaves stencil creates beautiful life-like leaves that accent our grape stencil perfectly.

Expressing your creativity has never been easier than with Word Stencils from StudioR12! Add a few accents and embellishments - or complete an entire project using nothing but stencils and your imagination. With hundreds of designs available, the possibilities are limitless!

Why use our stencils?

Because they allow you to create and enhance your projects quickly and easily! Stencils do the hard work for you – no more tedious linework, taping, or tracing. Our stencils have been carefully designed by professional artists, so that the finished product doesn't look like it was done with a stencil – it looks like art! Our stencils work with nearly every medium imaginable, and nearly every surface. Paint acrylic on wood, oils on canvas, ink on fabric, chalk on paper, glitter and thick mediums in your scrapbook, spray paint on your furniture, even the frosting on your cake! Use for card making, scrapbooking, food decorating, wall painting, pen, pencil, decorative painting, folk art, mixed media mask, emboss, etch, create patterns, mix and match for unlimited creativity!

Stencil Care and Use
Each stencil is precision cut from durable, flexible 7 mil mylar. This translucent material is easy to clean, food safe, and chemical resistant*. With proper care and cleaning, you can use them a thousand times!

*Ammonia-based cleaners may cause stencils to become cloudy and brittle.

Technique

One of our suggestions is to use a very dry stencil brush with a tiny amount of acrylic paint - then stipple/swirl through the stencil, repeating as needed. Of course, you can try many other techniques with a variety of mediums!

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