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Stencil Amsterdam | 23cm

The stencil Amsterdam inspires with its small tulips. The delicate blossoms entwine over the entire surface of the stencil Amsterdam and convince with romantic flair.
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The MissPompadour Stencil Amsterdam

Who doesn't think of tulip fields when they think of Amsterdam? And indeed, the stencil Amsterdam has an enchanting motif. Here you will find many small tulip blossoms that bloom on pretty tendrils, creating a pattern that covers the entire surface. With this stencil you can print a border on the wall. The very diligent will even use it to decorate an entire wall or a piece of furniture. This creates a wonderfully romantic effect. Maybe try it on a tabletop. There are no limits to your creativity when using the stencil Amsterdam. Of course, the motif of this stencil is also wonderfully suitable for printing on tiles.

The choice of colours for using the stencil Amsterdam

At the beginning of a stencilling job, you always have to choose the colour. The colour of the pattern should contrast well with the base colour. With one exception: on the wall, it sometimes looks quite sophisticated if you work almost tone-in-tone, so that the pattern stands out only dimly from the base colour. This goes particularly well with the Shabby style. Choose the colour shade of the base colour just a shade darker. Otherwise, we recommend a nice contrasting shade. Experienced artists can also try using two or three different colours with one stencil.

Working with the stencil Amsterdam

It is important that you always work perpendicularly when stencilling. It is best to draw a few horizontal and possibly also vertical lines with a pencil on the wall or the surface to be printed. Then hold the stencil against the surface using the contact points and dab paint vertically onto the stencil with the brush. It is very important that the brush does not contain too much paint. Otherwise the paint can run behind the stencil Amsterdam.