Minton Victorian tile design based on a tile at St Albans Cathedral in Hertfordshire. Tile design for painting. Use as a floor stencil tile or paint your patio. This craft stencil for furniture and floors is easy-to-use and can be used many times. Choose 'with grout' if you wish to create a tile effect on a flat surface. If you are painting on to existing tiles, choose the standard option. Rotate 90 degrees clockwise to create the full pattern over four 'tiles'.
Made from durable and reusable 250 micron Mylar
Perfect for all craft and furniture projects, plus smaller home decorating.
Make your own wrapping paper or scrapbook pages.
Suitable for use with all types of paint, including metallics and spray paints.
Follow the registration photo for a seamless pattern.The sizes are for the overall design, the stencil sheet will be larger than this. Please refer to the sizing picture to determine the correct size for your project.
LINING UP THE PATTERN
Each craft stencil has registrations marks so you can easily create a seamless pattern. Registration instructions are included with each stencil, along with a 'how-to" guide.
Visit our Facebook group for ideas and tips and the ask any questions about your project. https://www.facebook.com/groups/stencilup/
Water-based paints are the easier to use with stencilling. Fabric paints also work very well for craft projects.
Our painting stencils are reusable and durable so you can use them many times to create feature walls and accessories such as cushions and furniture.
Stencils are a flexible way to decorate, freeing you from the limitations of wallpaper restricted colour palettes – with a stencil you can choose any colour you wish!
We use 250 micron Mylar, a reusable and recylclable material. We have chosen 250 micron as it is durable yet flexible enough the bend into corners.