Wait!! Did we say you can stencil an accent wall in only any hour?? Yes we did, and yes you can! The mighty combination of our amazing Royal Stencil Crème paints and 3” Super Large Stencil Brush make this a super-fast project. Stencil it in minutes….enjoy it for years!
Watch the video and follow the step by step instructions below to see how you can quickly create a custom wallpaper look in your home using a Damask Stencil Pattern from Royal Design Studio.
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Step 1: Load your brush with Royal Stencil Crème and off-load most of the paint onto a paper towel. Using too much paint when stenciling is the number one reason for bleeding, so make sure to off-load excess paint before starting on the wall.
Our Royal Stencil Crème metallic paints are designed to cover quickly and simple flow off the brush. You’ll feel the difference as soon as you begin stenciling.
Step 2: Level and then secure your stencil on the top middle of the wall with painter’s tape.
Step 3: Stencil the pattern with the Royal Stencil Crème and 3” Royal Stencil Brush. Our 3” brush is packed with soft bristles so it holds a LOT of paint. This allows you to stencil faster and further with each load of the brush.
Step 4: Move on to the second repeat of the pattern by following the registrations that are included in the stencil. These registration marks help you move and place the stencil along the wall perfectly every time! The Royal Stencil Crème paint dries almost instantly so you don’t have to wait.
Step 5: Repeat Steps 1 through 4 working outwards until the entire accent wall is covered with pretty pattern.
And that’s it! You’re done! That didn’t take that much time out of your day, now did it? Now you can focus on other things, such as inviting friends and family over to admire your handy work of your new accent wall. Remember to tell them that it isn’t wallpaper and wasn’t professionally done – or don’t! :)
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