In this Instructable we'll cover the making of the cover and the application of the stencil. All of the materials shown here cost about $6 and it can be done in 1-2 hours.
This project is a courtesy of Lowe's Idea Exchange, be sure to visit Lowe's Idea Exchange on Facebook for more awesome projects.
Step 1: What you need
Step 2: The Drop Cloth
With a clean and flat drop cloth, mark out a 19" x 37" rectangle with a yardstick and a pencil and cut it out.
Step 3: Print and connect stencil pieces
Using the utility knife or other blade, cut off the bottom blank area of the top piece and the top blank area of the bottom piece. This is easier if you use a ruler or other straight edge to guide the cut.
With those pieces off, attach the two pieces with some tape. The two black lines are there to help with alignment. If you look at the two pieces from a low angle you'll be able to easily see if the two pieces are lining up correctly.