Stencil 201: 25 New Reusable Stencils with Step-by-Step Project Instructions

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Chronicle Books, Sep 28, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 68 pages
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In this entirely original collection, stencil maverick Ed Roth presents 25 brand-new stencil designs from retro-cool typewriters, microphones, and roller skates to elegant leaves, birds, and abstract shapes. Ed also offers step-by-step directions for more than 20 wildly creative projects that take stenciling to a whole new level. With the help of creative friends such as Erica Domesek of P.S. - I made this and embroidery queen Jenny Hart, Ed shows how to stencil on just about anything T-shirts, leather, mirrors, food, and even hair using a variety of techniques like stitching, etching, and more. Best of all, the stencils can be used again and again: just clean, dry, and store in the handy reclosable pocket at back!

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Great value and very original

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This stencil set has some images and some decor stencils you could easily pay $36 per stencil if you bought them individually at a craft store so its a great value. Also the stencil images are much ... Read full review


CONTENTS Introduction Doing It Yourself Customization Sc Stepping It Up
Lets Face It 2 TShirts Two Ways A Paint with a Twoslaiver Stencil 7 B Stencil with Bleach Paste
Time to Reflect
Plate Tectonics 5 Get Plastered 6 Block Party
Shrinky Dink 8 Rock
Extra Layers 12 Heart Felt Materials
Everything You Need to Know to Get Started Eds Favorite Things Me Likey Techniques Basic and Advanced Moves 10
Signed Sealed Delivered 49
Contain Yourself
Needle SLThread 19 A Hairy Situation
Au Naturel 21 Cut 86 Paste
Screen Test 23 The Royal Treatment 24 Screen Star 25 Print Junkie 51 52 55 57 58 61 63
Resources Acknowledgments Photo Credits Stencils

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Ed Roth is a graphic designer and owner of Stencil1, based in Brooklyn, New York. His reusable stencils have been praised by Martha Stewart, ReadyMade, and the New York Times. He is the author of Stencil 101 and Stencil 101 Decor.

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