What is a llz stencil really? A stencil is a thin shape-stable PP plastic sheet where the subject itself is cut away and thus appears as a hole in the stencil sheet. Find more stencils questions and answers via the link here: https://llzstencils.dk/en/38-instructions-good-questions-and-answers
Wooden stencil with one of Denmark's most beautiful trees. Here you can send your thoughts to both Denmark's oldest oak tree and all the stories this tree contains. Use it as a single beautiful print, or be more fun and create your own pattern combinations. Like all the other stencils on LLZ Stencils.dk, this one is designed by me for you and your...
Use the phone stencil on small cards or as part of a poster A fun way to work with stencils is; e.g. using only half of the design or taking another stencil and lying down to make a patterned design Use e.g. acrylic, oil or spray paint An LLZ Stencil is Danish designed and made of shape-stable PP plastic that can be used again and again. LLZ DESIGN
Make a lot of footprints on the floor and wall. Have fun. The stencil is designed as a footprint. It is available in several different sizes, so it is suitable for both large and small footprints. An llz stencil is a piece of shape-stable flat plastic, with one or more cut holes through which to paint, roll or dip color or paste mass through. Try it....
Ice crystal from the High North Ice crystals have a hexagonal shape. It is usually both symmetrical and asymmetric, which makes you rarely see two completely identical. With this stencil you can make ice crystals on your windows, your kitchen cloth or on the walls of a corridor. Also try to work with beautiful warm colors and use the motif disconnected...
A coffee pot and a cup of stencil template are an invitation to remember to take a coffee break in our often busy everyday life With a llz stencil you can create the subject directly on the wall or for example on a wooden board With just one stencil you can make a lot of prints
You can only have to buy one single stencil and some wall paint, and just repeat your stencil design directly on the wall until the entire wall or entire room has been "wallpapered"
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Both small and large projects I would like to hear about and of course also see pictures of.
Regards Lone Simonsen