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We have been so flush with eggs here at Bean's Rock Farm that I was tempted to re-enact the egg scene from Cool Hand Luke. I needed to ...
Start with these materials: a board cut to the shape you need and painted with a base color as desired a full size paper printout of what you ...
Carefully align the printout with the board as desired, then press down on the paper to assure a good adhesion. Tape down the edges to keep the breeze ...
Cut along the lines. Leave the middles of the letters attached, and peel away the part that is to be painted. As you peel up the paper you ...
This shows the stencil completely cut. The parts on the sides now need to be covered up with scrap paper to keep the over-spray from getting on the ...
Spray away. When spraying outside like this, wait for lulls in the breeze so the paint doesn't blow away before it can reach the sign.
After the paint has dried peel away the stencil and hang up the sign.
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