Many Have Eaten Few Have Died Stencil with Silverware by StudioR12 | DIY Funny Kitchen Decor | Paint Farmhouse Wood Signs | Select Size$7.69 $10.99 (You save $3.30)
Many Have Eaten Few Have Died Stencil with Silverware - A stencil by the artists at StudioR12!
Actual Cut Out Size of Artwork:
STCL5683_1: 8.00" x 7.25" - (9" x 9")
STCL5683_2: 10.75" x 9.75" - (12" x 12")
STCL5683_3: 13.75" x 12.50" - (15" x 15")
STCL5683_4: 16.50" x 15.00" - (18" x 18")
Whether you just like to make people laugh or you really are that bad of a cook, use this stencil to give your visitors something to talk about around the dinner table. (Or a warning, if that’s how you roll.)
The stencil features the words "Many Have Eaten Here, Few Have Died" in a mix of block and script fonts. Spoon, fork, and knife place setting cutouts accent the word "died". Use it to create a decorative board for your wall, or- since the stencil can be reused with proper care- make placemats for your dining room table.
Easy to use & reuse - quick, perfect letters & designs every time!
From crafts to cakes, walls to weddings - elevate your creative potential with stencils! Layer, emboss, revitalize, remodel, & explore a whole new world of artistic expression! Say it with a sign, jazz up a journal, personalize a planner, add flair to furniture, and much, much more.
Made from laser-cut translucent 7.5 mil Mylar (BOPET) plastic. Superior to vinyl - durable, non-toxic, chemical resistant, & food safe. Use over and over with proper care & cleaning. Soap & water clean-up. Non-adhesive, easy to position for no-mess use & storage.
StudioR12 stencils are created with care in our shop in Ohio by a team that's passionate about making the best stencils you've ever used. If you want a way to create projects that impress without spending hours on tedious tracing and hand-cramping hard work, then look no further!
Pro Stenciling Tips: Use painter's tape to secure or mask off areas of the design For acrylics or other wet mediums, remove excess from the brush or applicator when loading. Apply mediums in multiple layers, as dryly as possible to prevent bleed-under. For dimensional mediums (i.e. pastes, frostings for cakes & cookies), apply with an offset spatula or palette knife. Remove stencil by lifting straight up.
Stencil Care & Precautions: Wash with warm soap and water immediately after use. Wash before using with food or cosmetics. Do not use ammonia-based cleaners, as it may damage the stencil. Do not expose to excessive heat or flame. Parental supervision is encouraged.
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