In this category you will find a selection of geometric pattern stencils in a traditional geometric tight Danish design. Easy to use, if you want to bring joy and colors to the walls, floors and other interior. Try it. Almost as easy as painting the wall in solid color.
A nice Nordic classic design.For example, let yourself be inspired by the Harlots in Tivoli Copenhagen, or the Danish J.F. Willumsen's painting of dancer Michelle Bourret in a harlekin suit. The registrations marks are shown as a black outline on the actual stencils. The small sizes are without registration marks.
Harlequin squares for your own stencil creativity. If your project does not require the high precision, you do not need to choose a stencil with repeating lines. The repeating lines are so you can easily place each of the following harlequins. The repeating lines are the contour lines you see in the image of your stencil.
A stencil. Many harlekin squares. Use different colors or tones. For example. can you give each hole in the stencil a new color. Although it is a strict geometric pattern, you can easily place each harlekin spradically on a surface. Creativity is diverse here.
Harlekin squares make fun with creativity. Make your harlekin squares on any surface that needs to be picked up a bit in a good solid Nordic style. For example, choose a Nordic color palette and use interior paint if it is for example a table or cabinet. Wall paint if it is for wall stencil printing. And use fabric dyes if it's on a tablecloth or blouse.
Harlequin squares is a classic Nordic design pattern.The large stencils have repeating lines, that make it easy to place the stencils exactly. Let yourself be inspired to make harlequin walls or make a nice furniture project in different colors with a LLZ Stencil. The repeating lines are shown as a black contour line. Wash the stencil after use and it...
This stencil has space between each square. This gap will appear as the bottom color of your stencil print.For example, if you paint a floor blue and make the squares orange; you'll get a floor of orange colored squares with blue edges around. Confused? Make a small test and experiment.
In connection with J.F.Willumsen Museum's 60th anniversary, I made a stencil set for a workshop that was related to an exhibition I had at the museum at this time.There are three stencils in this set. And sold at the jubilee prize.See also the other alhambra pattern stencils. Use the online store search box and type "Alhambra"