MAHINA Wall Stencil
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Floors or walls are the perfect surface for using Dizzy Duck Designs Stencils. Stencilling is an effective and inexpensive way to spruce up tired or plain walls, floors or furniture. We provide a wide range of reusable home decor stencils for painting. Whatever your stencil project, large or small, we’ve got the perfect stencil for the job!
Our Mahina stencil is inspired by Malian mud cloth handmade fabric, traditionally dyed with fermented mud. Mud cloth features repeat Geometric patterns that look great in any interior design setting, whether modern, bohemian or more traditional. The Mahina stencil is available in a wall and a furniture size - see sizing chart in product images for more details.
See product images for sizing.
HOW TO STENCIL
Basic stencil instructions are included with each purchase. Please visit our How To Stencil page for more detailed instructions and video tutorials.
SPEED UP YOUR PROJECT
If you have a larger project maybe buy 2 stencils and save time. Stencils need cleaning after several applications as paint builds up. This causes bleed under the stencil creating blotchy lines which you do not want!
To clean the stencil we recommend soaking in warm soapy water until the paint easily rubs off, no vigorous scrubbing needed! Soak one stencil clean while you continue your project with the other stencil. Check out our current multi purchase discounts.
There are repeat sections of the stencil to help reposition the stencil. Please see product images for an instructional diagram.
Basic stencil instructions are included with each order. Need any more hands on advice? Please get in touch, we’re always happy to advise.
LESS IS MORE!
The biggest mistake most people make when stencilling is overloading the brush or roller with paint. This will inevitably lead to paint bleeding underneath the stencil and causing blurry edges. You will be surprised how little paint is actually needed! Don’t overload paint onto the brush/roller and rub most of the paint off onto a piece of card before applying to the stencil. Practice first on some spare paper or card before attempting your project.
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Customer care is very important to us Dizzy Ducks so if you need any advice at all just get in touch :)