1. Stencil film Sometimes called template plastic or acetate. 2. Painter's tape for delicate surfaces.(It won’t remove the wall paint.) 3. Repositionable mounting spray
4. Old newspapers 5. Latex paint Use a flat or satin finish to achieve a timeworn look. 6. Lint-free cloths or sturdy paper towels for cleaning stencils and to dab when prepping the stencil brush.
Tools You Will Need:
1. Measuring tape
2. Fine-tip permanent marker
4. Self-healing cutting mat
5. X-Acto knife
6. Pane of glass and electric stencil-cutting pen for cutting curved lines. Get one at crafts stores or Amazon
7. Plastic putty knife
8. Paper plate or small bucket or tray for holding the paint.
9. Flat-tip stencil brush. Get a size that suits your pattern's scale and shape. We used a No. 8 brush, which has a diameter of ⅝inch.