Turn a boring wall into a stunning wall with this Zinnia flower stencil!
- 1 zinnia stencil
- Available in 5 sizes
- Self-adhesive stencil - no glue or tape needed
- Perfect for walls, accessories, crafts and more
- Easy to use DIY zinnia stencil
This floral stencil will give interest and color to your walls. The zinnia flower design is trendy, hip and modern and is perfect for your next wall art project! Painting with our flower stencils is so easy to do, and you won’t need any tape or glue as these stencils have a self-adhesive backing. Just peel the zinnia stencil from the backing paper, stick it to your painting surface, paint in, and remove. It's that easy! And don't be afraid to get creative! Add shading, overlap the stencils, or create your own unique allover pattern. Oh, the possibilities!
AVAILABLE SIZES IN INCHES
Extra Small: 4.5"w x 4.5"h
Small: 6.6"w x6.6"h
Medium: 10"w x 10"h
Large: 15.5"w x 15.5"h
Extra Large: 22"w x 22"h
*To achieve the same look as the wall in the instructional video, you'll need to order a medium and a large zinnia stencil.
HOW TO USE A ZINNIA STENCIL
- Gently peel the zinnia stencil from the backing.
- Hold the zinnia stencil by the top two corners, pulling outward, keeping the top edge tight and straight. Then, place the flower stencil on the wall. Rub it with your hand, working your way down the stencil, making sure that all inner edges are down to avoid any bleeding.
- Apply a very thin coat of paint and let dry. Apply additional coats as necessary.
- Peel the stencil of a zinnia from the painted surface and return it to the backing paper if done or repeat as needed.
EXTRA STENCILING TIPS
- To avoid stencil bleeding, use a paper towel to remove excess paint from your roller or brush.
- You can use a hair dryer to speed up the drying process.
- When re-applying the flower stencil, pat down with a paper towel to remove paint buildup.
- Save some of your base-coat paint for touch-ups.
- After you wash your roller/brush make sure it is completely dry before using it again.
- We recommend a foam roller for this zinnia stencil pattern. Use a small foam roller for a medium zinnia stencil or a larger roller for the large wall stencil. Stencil brushes or flat top bristle brushes can be used to shade and add texture to the zinnias.
- You can stencil with a variety of paints. We recommend using high-quality hobby acrylic paint, latex paint, artist acrylic or stencil paint. If using for outdoors, try an exterior latex paint for projects like a fence or acrylic paint with a clear coating of polyurethane spray for projects like a mailbox.