How to Make Stencils in Four Easy Steps

Check our Latest products!

Round Up:

– Printed Coloring Pages of Alphabets or Any Desired Image

– Clear .003 Acetate Sheet or Blank Stencil Sheet or Clear School Report Covers

– Masking Tape

– Exacto Knife

– Hardwood or plywood 24″x24″ or Artist Self-Healing Mat or Plastic Flexible Kitchen Cutting Board


1) Print out the picture you want. Resize it first if needed. (*Use Coloring Pages to Print Help)

2) Tape the coloring page onto the back of a stencil sheet. Use clear .003 acetate sheet or blank stencil sheet or clear school report covers.

3) Cut out the image with the Exacto knife. Use a ruler – wood or steel – for clean straight edges.

Start at the top of the picture. Keep your hand above the cutting blade.

4) Un-tape the stencil. Remove loose pieces. Remove the paper from the back of the stencil sheet. Your stencil is ready.

Make the Letter Stencil Repositionable and Stickable in Two Easy Steps

Round Up:

Easy-Tack Spray Adhesive

Trash Bag or Kraft Paper or Newspaper


1) Turn your stencil over. Place it on the trash bag or kraft paper or newspaper. Work outside or near an open window.

2) Spray the adhesive on the backside of the stencil. Let dry. Respray. Let dry again.

Your repositionable stencil is ready.

Free Stencil Tips: Uses – Storing – Cleaning

Stencil Uses:

Use your repositionable stencils on walls, boards, t-shirts, poster boards, etc.

Roll it flat with a rolling pin or balled up socks.

Storing Stencils:

Store your stickable stencils in plastic food wrap. Lay it in a flat container or a plastic folder.

Cleaning Stencils:

Clean the stencil with soap and water, or paint thinner. Remove the Easy-Tack adhesive with undiluted vinegar or Goo Gone.

*Coloring Pages to Print Help at Coloring-Pages-Book-For-Kids-Boys

Write by phanmemgoc

Leave a Reply