Art Deco Vintage Diamond Pattern Stencil
Art Deco Vintage Diamond Pattern Stencil
Art Deco Vintage Diamond Pattern Stencil
Art Deco Vintage Diamond Pattern Stencil
Art Deco Vintage Diamond Pattern Stencil

Art Deco Vintage Diamond Pattern Stencil

This Art Deco style pattern stencil can be used for many decorative use. It can be used for painting walls, floors, fabrics and furniture. Use any paint colours you choose and create bold pattern wherever you want. Simply line up the stencil with the already painted areas (see listing images) to paint the pattern seamlessly over your chosen area. 

We have a wide selection of sizes to choose from. Choose the size suitable for your project from the drop down menu.
Please see the listing images for more size information. The design is cut into the sheet with a small border left around the edges for masking off etc.

The stencil has been cut from transparent 190 micron Mylar stencil sheeting which is thin yet strong and hard wearing. Our stencils are reusable, washable and flexible and are suitable for use with all types of paint
Instruction for wall stenciling - also good as a guide for smaller decorative projects. 
  • The most popular way to paint this stencil is with a stencilling brush or dense foam roller depending on your project. Water based emulsion and acrylic paints work great.
  • Adhere the stencil to the surface you want to stencil using repositional spray mount (recommended) and/or pieces of tape.
  • Paint through the cut out parts of the stencil. Make sure not to use too much paint as this will cause paint to seep under the stencil leaving a blotchy result. It is important to off load your brush or roller onto scrap paper or kitchen roll before painting. 
  • Place the stencil at the top of the wall to paint your first repeat - use a spirit level to ensure that it is level. Ideally find an area of the wall where you can do an uninterrupted row down the wall from ceiling to floor.
  • Most of our pattern stencils are aligned by overlaying the stencil with previously painted areas. Refer to individual listings to see how the pattern is repeated. 
  • Once you have done this row, position the stencil to the left or right. Continue working outwards, painting vertical rows until the area is complete.
  • Bend the stencil into the corners or against the ceiling or skirting board to finish the edges - If you don't want to have to tackle the edges then a border of masking tape can be applied around the walls perimeter before starting 
  • If necessary you can wash your stencil carefully in warm soapy water. Smaller stencils in the sink/larger in the bath.  Only wash your stencil if the paint build up on the stencil is effecting the results you are getting - not after every use.
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