I never knew how addictive stenciling can be until I learned I could make my own stencils with my cutting machine.  Citting vinyl decals and iron-one for t-shirts is awesome, but sometimes there is nothing like the softness of temper paint, or creating some glamor with some repeating patterned stenciled wall. And decorating wood, furniture, canvas bags . . . I am creating a multitude of stenciling projects I will be documenting here in my blog.

Lets get started with the basics. Order some 6mil stenciling material here from amazon.

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