EVORA TILE Stencil
Add Mediterranean vibes to any room with our EVORA TILE Stencil. This design is influenced by Portuguese design, if you use a very little paint when stenciling you can create a worn back Bohemian style. An easy affordable DIY project, even for beginners!
SINGLE TILE SIZES
MULTI REPEAT TILE SIZES
30 cm (12“) 6 tile repeat
20 cm (8“) 6 tile repeat
With every order we include extra smaller stencils for getting into edges, corners and tricky areas.
We are happy to adjust the size at NO EXTRA COST. Just measure your tile (to the nearest mm or 1/8”), order the size closest to your custom measurements and then pop a note on your order asking for adjustments to be made. Message us once you have ordered and we will check your note has come through ok.
STENCIL EXISTING TILES
More affordable than replacing your tiles and a lot less messy too!
Use our SINGLE TILE stencils to update your wall and floor tiles. Request to have the repeat markers on the stencil removed for easier application, or just cover these with masking tape. For easy How To instructions, head to our website: https://dizzyduckdesigns.com/pages/how-to-stencil-floors
FAUX DIY TILE EFFECT
Our MULTI TILE REPEAT stencils are perfect for creating a faux tile effect. Stenciling is an easy and affordable home decor solution for your walls, floors and furniture! You can stencil onto wood, laminate, lino, vinyl, ceramic or concrete. (No flat surface is safe in the Dizzy Duck house!)
Depending on your budget – you can go for the larger tile repeat stencils to speed up your project or just purchase the single tile stencil. All our stencils have registration marks so you can easily repeat the stencil across your surface. Go check our Marie’s Moroccan Courtyard: https://dizzyduckdesigns.com/blogs/the-dizzy-ducks/how-to-stencil-your-patio
HOW TO STENCIL
Basic stenciling instructions are included with every order. For more detailed instructions please visit: https://dizzyduckdesigns.com/pages/how-to-stencil
The number one mistake most people make when stenciling for the first time is using way TOO MUCH PAINT. This leads to paint bleeding under the stencil, and no one wants fuzzy lines! It’s surprising how little paint you actually need. Apply a small amount of paint to your roller, and then roll off any excess paint on a scrap bit of paper/card. Your roller needs to be touch dry, so paint only comes through when you apply pressure. The same applies when using a stencil brush. Practice first on an old cereal box before attempting your project.
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