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Crafter's Workshop Templates 12-Inch by 12-Inch, Flower Frenzy
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- This stencil is great for mixed-media, paper arts, card making, stenciling, scrapbooking, sponging, spraying, spritzing, chalking and more
- This package contains one 12x12 inch template
- Comes in a variety of designs. Each sold separately
- Made in USA
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THE CRAFTERS WORKSHOP-Templates. These templates are a fast and easy way to add a special touch to your scrapbook pages; greeting cards or any other paper craft project. Each 12 by 12in plastic template is great for use with chalk; pens; paint and many other mediums. Templates are available in a variety of themes: each sold separately. Made in USA.
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But, I found it hard to use the stencil for that small box because it is so large. On a small 3 dimensional object like my knife box it cannot lay flat so the paint will leak under it. Kind of the same on the inner pages of a 5x8 mixed media art journal. And when it does lie flat it is easy to get the ink or paint over the edge of one flower into the next because there is no space between some of the flowers. I personally like that look, so it works for me. If you look closely you will see that most of the petals of one flower also form the next flower. For a 12 inch scrapbook page it would be great if you can be exact enough to not spill over into the flowers or empty spaces you do not want. I thought about cutting the stencil into smaller pieces, which would also fit into my travel art kit, but couldn't decide where to cut.
As for cleaning the stencil completely, I gave up. I use chalks, inks, acrylics, oils, watercolors, and stamp pads. Some wipe off pretty well, others don't. Acrylics are the hardest. They dry quick, so tend to build up more. But I have not had any problems continuing to use it.
I definitely recommend this stencil. It has some beautiful flowers and is very versatile.