How to Stamp a Painted Stencil Pattern

Stenciling a feature wall or whole room is a GREAT way to add pattern and personality to any space. Here's an easy idea to put an even MORE personal stamp on your next stencil project: create a fun and unique pattern-in-pattern look with the addition of an allover craft stamp. Learn How-to on our blog: http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7908799-stencil-how-to-stamping-the-splendor-damask
Putting your own stamp on it...add a personal 'stamp' to your next stencil project. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7908799-stencil-how-to-stamping-the-splendor-damask
Stencil your favorite pattern design as directed using one of our foam rollers for fast and easy application. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/collections/stencil-rollers
Following instructions from our post, prepare your stencil and stamp to add a unique touch to your wall pattern. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7908799-stencil-how-to-stamping-the-splendor-damask
Looking for a uniform or distressed look for your stamped stencil pattern, it's all in the amount of ink. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7908799-stencil-how-to-stamping-the-splendor-damask
Creating special effects on a stenciled wall by using a stamp to add more personality. http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/blogs/how-to-stencil/7908799-stencil-how-to-stamping-the-splendor-damask
Our finished Wall Stencil Splendor Damask with a 'musical' touch given by using a craft rubber stamp! http://www.royaldesignstudio.com/products/splendor-damask-bari-j-wall-stencil

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