The bird's egg is made so you get a nice effect from a multicolored spotted egg. Create your own artistic LLZ Design egg stencilprint with fun colors. Newly crafted Easter tradition with this perfect Easter stencil; fx, on both sides of a piece of cardboard, for fine Easter decorations that can be hung with a string.
A stencil that can be used both graphically as a motif, or free and as part of other motifs. The stencil can be purchased in several different sizes, so you can make your own LLZ Designed plant juices in just the colors you like. The big ones are with more details, which you can see by clicking on the item pictures or on the different sizes stencil found in.
This LLZ Design Stencil is made as a grid pattern, which is particularly suitable for a graphic stencil print or as a more free background structure. The large stencils have pass marks (contour lines) around the edge, so you can easily place the subsequent stencil prints when working on larger surfaces.
Use the telephone stencil on small cards or as part of a poster. A fun way to work with the stencil is to use only half the subject. You can also take another stencil template and lie within and thus make a patterned phone. Use acrylic, oil or plastic for your stencil printing. (Watercolor is too watery)
This LLZ Design with a coffee pot and a cup is a call to remember to take a coffee break in our often busy day. You can print the subject directly on the wall or on a wooden board. If you need guidance for the stencil technique itself, there is a guide in Danish in the most elementary techniques here in the web shop.
Stylistic wood LLZ Stencils, which can be used either solitary or repeated so that a pattern of trees occurs. Fine textures can be made with this stencil, by simply printing color through the wood crown and then making more overlapping pressures. Possibly in different colors or shades.
Bicille is one of Lone Simonsen's pattern designs for you who want pattern decorators in walls, textiles or simply use as a background pattern in a painting. Also try to use the stencil creatively by overlapping and displacing your stencil work. Therefore, do not follow the registration marks. (Bicille is the name of the pattern)
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.
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