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Try wall stencils instead of expensive wallpaper! Cutting Edge Stencils offers the best stencils for DIY decor - stencils expertly designed by professional decorative painters Janna Makaeva and Greg Swisher who have over 20 years of painting experience. We are a reputable stencil company that stands behind its high quality product. We are honored to have your 100% positive feedback
With our Herringbone Bricks stencil creating a faux brick wall is easy! This classic brick design will make a stunning accent wall in any interior! Great for rustic and contemporary rooms, just try it in different color combinations. This Herringbone Brick stencil is also works for stenciling backsplashes and floors.
This stencil features an easy registration system, just use the rows of the previously painted pattern to align the stencil, check that it is level and continue. This gives you a seamless "wallpaper" look. Don't worry about super perfect alignment: in the end your eye will never ever notice the discrepancy.
  • Single overlay design.
  • Sheet: 29"x29.6", Design: 25.9"x25.6"
  • Free Top Edge Stencil included!
  • This stencil pattern comes with an additional FREE top stencil. Use it to fill the gaps close to the ceiling line after your main pattern is stenciled and to get into all the tight places when finishing your wall pattern.
  • Our stencils can be used on walls, floors, ceilings, as well as furniture! Did you know you can stencil on fabric too? With proper technique, you can easily create custom stenciled curtains, pillows and tablecloths!
  • We make our stencils out of durable 12 mil clear plastic stencil material. This material is strong yet flexible, durable, and easy to clean. We love it so much more than standard 5-8 mil Mylar!
  • Some wall textures are really rough, with huge "peaks and valleys" and, if this is your case, stenciling may not be an option. However, there are light to medium textures that are very suitable for stenciling.
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Large Brick Rosette Concrete Stencil

Description

Paper stencil roll for use with concrete overlays, paints, drywall, flooring, and newly poured concrete.

Shape Pattern: Brick Rosette
Size: 7 ft. 2 inches
Joint Width: 7/8 inch

About Stenciled Concrete

Stenciled concrete is a low-cost, low-maintenance way to achieve the look of real stone, tile, or brick. Our stencils are available in a wide range of patterns. Dyes and stains provide infinite color options. Stenciled concrete has a flat, even surface perfectly suited for pool decks, walkways, driveways, interior flooring, and much more.

Features

  • economical—lower installation and maintenance cost than real stone, brick or tile.
  • infinite design options
  • stencils are reusable
  • multiple applications—walls, floors, drywall, asphalt, and concrete overlayments
  • made with a thick, durable, double-sided poly-coated paper
  • our stencils lay flat and do not absorb moisture
  • made for the professional contractor and DIY enthusiast

Additional information

Weight33.9997 lbs
Dimensions42 × 11 × 10 in

Applications

Stencils can be used for a wide array of projects.

  • exterior—pool decks, patios, driveways, parkways, and walkways
  • interior—concrete flooring and plastering over drywall
  • most any vertical surface like walls and stairs
  • can be used with cement-based spray coatings
  • can be used with paint based spray coatings
  • can be used with most types of stains or dyes.
  • can be used on newly poured concrete
  • commonly used when installing decorative cement overlays
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Stencils for Dolls House Brick Finishes

Stencils are available in various different brick and stone patterns for dolls houses and other scale models. These are used with the Realistic Brick Compound to produce the chosen effect.  The designs are such that the stencil can be overlapped in order to continue the pattern over a large area without any visible joins.

Choosing the right stencil.
We offer a wide range of stencil designs and many are available in a choice of sheet sizes. Please read the following information to help you choose the best stencil for your project.

Stencil Scales
Standard stencils are available in 1:12, 1:16, 1:24 and 1:48 scale. These scales are compatible with railway modelling in 'O' gauge, 'G' Gauge and 16mm scale. We have found that sometimes larger scale stencils are more suitable for smaller scale use with model railways, in particular with stone finishes and for large structures such as bridges and tunnells where larger stones may be more appropriate.  In addition to the scales listed we can produce stencils in other scales on request.
Please Note:  With the very fine detail of the 1:48 scale stencils, it can be difficult to produce good results using Realistic Brick Compound.  Alternative methods can be used for 1:48 scale scales such as applying paint or pressing mylar stencils into Das clay to create an impression of the pattern.

Stencil Sheet Size
A standard stencil can be used to cover any size area by repeating and joining multiple applications. Alternatively a larger stencil can be used to cover the same area more quickly with fewer repeat applications and therefore fewer joins. It is generally quicker and easier to produce a good finish using a larger stencil.

Mylar (Polyester) Stencil Film - Tough, flexible and very durable. Can be re-used multiple times. Repositionable stencil adhesive spray is recommended for use with Mylar stencils as it holds the stencil in position and prevents any material bleeding underneath.  Mylar stencils are the prefferred choice in most cases due to their excellent durability and ease of use.

If you require any further guidance please contact us.

See the application guide for full details.

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How to Stencil a Brick Pattern

By Kathy Adams

Stencils and paint create a brick pattern in any color you'd like.

Stencils allow you to create a repeating pattern, such as brickwork, on virtually any paintable surface, cutting down immensely on the time it would take to paint the design by hand. When using a stencil that is smaller than the area receiving the brick treatment, proper alignment ensures the stencil creates an even brick pattern as you reposition it repeatedly across the project surface. If applied without paying attention to your work, the bricks may appear to rise or fall across the surface over a distance, which means a do-over is required.

Wipe the project area down thoroughly using a household cleaner and soft cloth. Allow it to dry completely.

Cover the work surface with newspaper to protect it from paint. If stenciling a wall, place the paper in front of and touching the wall. Apply painter's tape to any parts of the project piece that you wish to keep free from paint.

Pour some of the all-in-one latex primer/paint into a paint tray or disposable shallow container. Dip a paintbrush into the liquid and brush it over the entire project area. Apply a second coat after the first dries if the original project surface is still visible in some areas. Allow the second coat to dry as well.

Position the stencil in the top left corner of the project piece, or whichever corner best suits your working style as a starting point. Tape down the edges of the stencil to ensure it does not move.

Pour some of the main brick-colored paint into a paint tray or shallow container. Dip a paintbrush or sea sponge into the paint and brush or dab the paint through all the brick-shaped holes in the stencil. If specks of the mortar color show through in small areas, this is acceptable, as real bricks often have color variations.

Squirt some of the white and black paint into small pools near each other on the paper or foam plate. Pour a pool of the brick paint color near the first two paint pools.

Dip a paintbrush, sponge or stencil brush into the brick color on the plate, then into the white. Dab the brush over the top or top and side portions of some of the previously painted brick areas to create the impression of a light source, keeping the implied light in the same area of every brick each time for realism. Work while the original brick color is still wet to blend the shades together slightly.

Repeat Step 7, this time with black and brick paint on the opposite corners of the bricks, emulating the look of shadows.

Remove the tape, holding the stencil down and move it over or down to continue your stenciling pattern, ensuring the stencil lines up exactly with the brick rows you've already painted. Tape the stencil in place in dry areas, but not over the wet paint from your previous work. Paint the main brick pattern through the stencil once again as in Step 5.

Repeat Steps 7 and 8 on the freshly painted faux bricks.

Reposition the stencil again and again, as needed, lining it up each time with the previously painted work, repeating the brick painting, highlighting and shadowing process each time.

References

Resources

Tips

  • Registration holes are holes cut near the corners of a stencil that allow for slight overlap to repeat a pattern accurately. For instance, a dot drawn through the hole in the upper-right corner of the stencil should be visible in the upper-left registration hole after moving the stencil to the right for the next application.
  • If you're working over a large area and the stencil does not have registration holes, apply a strip of painter's tape or draw a chalk line beneath the stencil; then continue the line by placing a long straightedge along and beyond the chalk line, continuing the chalk line longer beneath the straightedge.
  • Wipe off the back of the stencil from time to time to avoid leaving splotches of paint on your project.
  • Latex glaze mixed into the highlight and shadow colors adds a level of translucency for even more realism.

Writer Bio

Kathy Adams is an award-winning journalist and freelance writer who traveled the world handling numerous duties for music artists. She writes travel and budgeting tips and destination guides for USA Today, Travelocity and ForRent, among others. She enjoys exploring foreign locales and hiking off the beaten path stateside, snapping pics of wildlife and nature instead of selfies.

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Large Brick Rosette Concrete Stencil

Paper stencil roll for use with concrete overlays, paints, drywall, flooring and newly poured concrete.

Shape Pattern: Brick Rosette
Size
: 7 ft. 2 inches
Joint Width
: 7/8 inch

About Stenciled Concrete

Stenciled concrete is a low-cost, low-maintenance way to achieve the look of real stone, tile or brick. Our stencils are available in a wide range of patterns. Dyes and stains provide infinite color options. Stenciled concrete has a flat, even surface perfectly suited for pool decks, walkways, driveways, interior flooring and much more.

  • economical—lower installation and maintenance cost than real stone, brick or tile.
  • infinite design options
  • stencils are reusable
  • multiple applications—walls, floors, drywall, asphalt, and concrete overlayments
  • made with a thick, durable, double sided poly-coated paper
  • our stencils lay flat and do not absorb moisture
  • made for the professional contractor and DIY enthusiast
Stencils can be used for a wide array of projects.
  • exterior—pool decks, patios, driveways, parkways and walkways
  • interior—concrete flooring and plastering over drywall
  • most any vertical surface like walls and stairs
  • can be used with cement based spray coatings
  • can be used with paint based spray coatings
  • can be used with most types of stains or dyes.
  • can be used on newly poured concrete
  • commonly used when installing decorative cement overlays
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