- Stencil film
- Transfer Paper
- Patterning Tape
- Paint Squeegee
- Pearl Opaque Glass Paint in Purple Martin (or your color of choice–it doesn’t have to be glass paint, I just liked this one)
- Adhesive Silkscreens (I used the rectangular one from Doily Lace, and the large and small stencils from Floral Doily
Some additional materials you’ll need include a pencil, cutting tool, temporary fabric spray adhesive, fabric for your banners (I used a thrifted sheet cut into six 10″ x 13.5″ rectangles), your sewing maching, and some ribbon for hanging. Oh, and don’t forget to download my free Skull Outline Template!
Make sure you rinse and dry your stencil and then readjust it as needed to finish painting in your skull border. Don’t worry if it doesn’t match up perfectly, each one will be unique. And after you remove the handmade stencil, fill in the little spots the bridges left by creating a border with the stencil tape.
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