Our Mandala Fusion Tile Stencil is inspired by vintage embroidered textiles and features a repeating circular pattern with a folk floral motif. This Suzani pattern is designed with versatility in mind. You can use it as a tile stencil or repeat it to create an allover pattern on walls and floors. The large scale of the pattern makes it easy to introduce multiple colors within the pattern-so you can create a design as unique as you are!
Small Stencil Pattern Size: 21"w x 21"h Small Stencil 10mil Sheet Size: 23"w x 23"h Large Stencil Pattern Size: 26"w x 26"h Large Stencil 7mil Sheet Size: 28"w x 28"h Single Layer Design SKU#: 6280S and 6280L
Our stencils are laser cut in our San Diego, California, USA studio from durable 10mil Mylar plastic sheets. With minimal care, stencils can be used repeatedly for many different projects and on multiple surfaces. Use them to stencil patterns on walls, wood, concrete, furniture, tile, fabric paper, cork, canvas, and more.
Decorating with stencils is economical! All you need are some basicStencil suppliesand paint to create a patterned wall or surface at a fraction of the cost of wallpaper.
Stencils give you endless custom color options. Simply choose thebest stencil paintcolor to match your decor to create a coordinated look.
There is aRoyal Stencil patternavailable for every decorating style! We are continuously updating our stencil collections to offer you everything from timeless patterns to the latest design trends.
Stenciling is easy to learn, fun to do, and provides you with a rewarding decorating project you will be proud to share! Visit ourHow to Stencilpages to get started now…
Stenciling is a fast, easy, and inexpensive way to customize and update any surface in your house with paint, including walls, floors, ceilings, furniture, and fabric. Stenciling is generally done using eitherstencil brushesorstencil rollers. You can stencil with craft acrylic paints, latex wall paint, or our specially designedRoyal Stencil Creme paints. The key to successful stencil projects is to use a “dry” brush or roller that has been offloaded to remove the excess paint that can seep under the stencil. Are you ready to try stenciling?