In this instructional video you'll see how easy it is to paint a full princess theme wall mural your girl will love. This girl's room wall mural stencil kit by My Wonderful Walls is full of all things princess including princess stencil, castle stencil, dragon stencil, princess crown stencil, carriage stencil, horse stencil, heart stencils and more. And you need no artistic skill at all. We've created a princess wall mural stencil kit that allows you to paint a professional looking girl's princess wall mural...with wall stencils. All you have to do is peel, stick, paint in, and remove. It’s that easy! Anyone can do it, and your child will enjoy having their bedroom, baby nursery, or playroom decorated so beautifully. Not only that, but it will inspire imagination and creative thinking in your child.


Transcript: Painting with the Perfectly Princess Wall Mural Stencil Kit

Michael – Hi, I’m Michael from My Wonderful Walls. In this video I’m going to show you how easy it is to transform a room using the Perfectly Princess Stencil Kit. For the base coat, you can use interior latex paint. I prefer semi-gloss or satin for children’s rooms because they are easy to clean and work great with the stencils. Hills make a great addition to the mural, and if you want to paint them they are very easy to do. Here’s how! After painting the sky color, use a piece of chalk to mark out approximately where your furniture will be. This is important because you want your mural to rise above the furniture and be visible. Then, use your chalk to sketch the hills. After you have your chalk lines just right, go back with a roller and paint in the hills. Once your base coat is completely dry it is time to start stenciling. Carefully peel the stencil off the backing paper. Bend one corner of the stencil to make it easy to remove from the wall. Place the stencil on the wall and rub it down lightly with your hand, making sure that all of the inner edges are down. Dip your brush into the paint, making sure not to get too much paint on the brush. Otherwise it might bleed under the stencil. Two light coats work much better than one thick one. Use a patting or stabbing motion to paint, particularly around the edges. If you use a back and forth motion, the paint could work its way under the stencil. Once the paint is semi dry, remove the stencil. It’s that easy! In order for these larger stencils to hold their form, they require plastic bridges, which leave some unpainted space. So when you’re done, just go back and paint them in. Now let’s paint in the rest of our little scene. When reusing a stencil, place it on the wall and use a paper towel to pat down the top. This will help keep the stencil clean as you reuse it. Well, that was pretty easy, and I’m sure you can do it too. The Perfectly Princess kit works great for painting a mural on a wall or an entire room. How elaborate the final product is, is totally up to you. But now that you have seen how easy it is to do, I hope you are inspired to have fun painting your own wall mural. Happy painting!