If you ever wonder whether you can apply stencil art on top of a cloth or t-shirt, the answer is yes you can. Stencil art can be applied as long as you use the cardboard as the palette. As you take an image or make a design of a large block letter of the band you like, trace it into a stencil then you are ready to do the experiment. Once you place the stencil on the t-shirt, place a newspaper inside the shirt right behind the stencil. This is to prevent the paint doesn’t bursting through. Make sure you tape around to make it steady. Next step is to roll and mix the paint in the palette with a roller. Make sure it is thick enough yet be careful not to make it too thick because the roll won’t make it. Hold it on one side, press down hard and roll a couple times to make sure you cover the entire stencil area. Once it dried overnight, dry the back side of the stencil for a minute then there you got your DIY stencil shirts!
Those stacked boxes at home must be a burden for you somehow. It is stacked yet doesn’t look so good when you keep it too long in the garage. Any ideas to make your storage be likely more to be an arty endeavors, you can prepare your stenciling materials and get ready to make a more friendly sight storage. When you are about to make a stencil on a box, to be reminded that you have to unfold the boxes first. Or when you already box your stuff in a cardboard box, you can stencil it on the side of the box. The position of the stencil design depends on how you're gonna stack them. If you want to keep important stuff, it is recommended to use a large block letter stencil instead of only stenciling the box with a flat design pattern on the box.
Thinking about decorating a room is the most dilemmatic thing for some people. The decision is upn whether you want to make a statement, emphasize the headboard or with a small space you can overwhelm everyone who visits the room yet just to be a sanctuary of your own. When you are not intrigued by sticking wallpapers, decorating your room with wall stencil can be an alternative. Maybe up in the front door you can have a large block letter stencil of some of your favorite quotes or “do not disturb” signs so everyone knows to knock before coming in. Stenciling comes with an affordable price, color custom based on your own taste and the proudly DIY making!