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How to Create a Simple Stencil on a Promotion Item

Each stencil art is unique from the others because of the small variations that are implemented in the over/under spray and shading alignment. They look beautiful on posters, t-shirts, invitations cards, packages of products and so on. Having a branding agency that uses stencil expertise can earn you a living. Use these guidelines to create amazing designs of stencils on promotional items of your business.

There are a few things you will have to collect before you get started. Find sharpening stones and a can of oil for sharpening your knives because you need the knives to cut some materials. Place a piece of cardboard on top of a stiff board to prevent the blade breaking because the hard surface will not come into contact with the blade. Put on a mask when you are spraying paint to protect your eyes from spills of paint and lungs from inhaling the paint. Find some items that have been thrown away and use them. Build up paint will flake and peel from a plastic stencil if you flex it hence you can get a plastic stencil. Cereal boxes, manila folders or any other material that is thin, flat and easy to cut is appropriate to use. You can be creative with the other items you messy need but do not forget to buy the stencil machine.

Set up the workspace. Gather all the materials you will need. The work will be messy hence cover the working surface with cardboard and have a bin to throw your waste. Ensure that you work in a well-ventilated room to avoid breathing in excess spray paint. Prepare place for the paint to dry.

Find the image that you want to draw but ensure that it has no island . Use software to manipulate an image. The bright part will be the part that is covered by the stencil material will cover the white part hence do not edit this part. You can add the island to the image so that the bright spot is connected to the rest of the main stencil.

Crop the image in the software you are using to the general size of the final stencil. You can edit the image as you desire and save it.

The image will be dressed and cut when it is finished. The quickest way is to print the image on card stock and cut it using your knife. An old overhead projector can be used to project the image onto materials of larger sizes.

Windy spots are not suitable for panting the stencil. Test the spray on a flat piece of paper. Put a stencil on the background and spray it evenly.
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