How To Stencil Using Rit Dye
Hey-hey there! The day I had my Rit Dye out when I painted on the wood plaque, I figured I may as well see what else I could tackle. The dye is not something I like to mess with often…I fear for myself and my surroundings when I use it. Did you know I was sort of clumsy? I am. I am known to trip over my own two feet, run into walls, slip and slide all over…all being sober by the way. I probably would be less clumsy with a few in me. I have never stenciled using Rit dye. It was about time I tried that. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE. I did a stocking and a burlap placemat.
What I like about this look is that it looks like it is printed in the stocking. You don’t see any texture of the paint. I did not find this to be difficult at all. This really is a LESS is MORE project though. You want to be conservative on the amount of dye you are dipping your brush in. No worries, I give you a live edited version below. It’s pretty quick.
I found the burlap placemats at Michaels. They came in a three-pack. I think they are doilies actually because they are not all the same size. Regardless, they look cute scattered about. This one is on our coffee table.
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Here is a short how-to stencil with rit dye video for you:) Enjoy.
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