Merry Christmoose Stencil by StudioR12 | DIY Winter Plaid Pine Tree Home Decor Gift | Craft & Paint Wood Sign | Reusable Mylar Template | Select Size

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Merry Christmoose Stencil with Plaid & Pine Trees - A stencil by the artists at StudioR12!

Actual Cut Out Size of Artwork:
STCL5119_1: 10.75” x 10.75“ - (12 x 12”)
STCL5119_2: 13.5” x 13.5“ - (15 x 15”)
STCL5119_3: 16.5” x 16.5“ - (18 x 18”)

Christmas goes with anything! Even moose. Don’t believe us?

Check out the Merry ChristMoose stencil. A perfect addition to your nature décor, the stencil features a moose cutout inside a circle with the word “Merry” above and “ChristMoose” below in block font. Two pine trees cutouts appear on either side and a plaid pattern serves as a background.

This design would be fantastic painted on a piece of aged wood for a rustic look or on a welcome mat for your cabin’s front porch. It’s perfect for anywhere you want to give a little nod to Christmas and a moose. Because, why not?

Studio R12 uses only high quality non-adhesive Mylar material to make flexible, easy-to-clean stencils. Our stencils are created in the USA by a team that's passionate about making the best stencils you've ever used. They come in a variety of sizes and are frequently used on wood, canvas, furniture, walls, floors, mixed media, cards and cakes... but the possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

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 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 with ammonia-based cleaners, as it may damage the stencil. Do not expose to excessive heat or flame. Parental supervision is encouraged.