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Published by Big little picture company in Walton-on-Thames .
Written in English

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Big Little Picture Company BLP196.

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Pagination1 videocassette
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18876528M

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Stencils can be used for many DIY decorating projects: accent wall stenciling, floor tile stenciling and furniture painting. You can even create your own custom stenciled textiles. Please follow these illustrated instructions and watch our stencil our stencil videos. 44 Pack Letter and Number Stencils Kit, 21x15cm Large Reusable Alphabet Templates Sets, DIY Art Craft Spraying Drawing Stencil for Painting on Wood Canvas Wall Fabric . When you paint wording on a T-shirt or other piece of fabric, producing letters that are even and uniform in design can be difficult. This can make the finished product appear novice and cheaply made. One solution is to use a lettering stencil when painting on wording, which will produce clear and even letters. Cut solid-color fabric, print fabric, and two layers of quilt batting into twenty-six five-inch squares. Squares should be large enough to accommodate the letter template plus a little bit of extra cutting room around each letter. Trace each letter onto one square of print fabric. I used a disappearing marking pen, but feel free to use pencil.

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