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Ever see an image on the internet and think,"Hey, that would look cool on a coffee table, or end table, or even a wall"?  Well after paying $50 for a high quality laser cut stencil, I figured there must be a way to make one for a lot cheaper.  And this is what I did:

Step 1: Materials

Pencil
Screw driver (or paint can opener)
Paintbrush
Paint
Wood stain
Polyurethane
Spray adhesive 
Scotch tape
Boxcutter or knife
Sharp scissors


Not pictured

Sheet of plastic or vinyl  (thick plastic page covers or plastic file folders can be cut open and used)
Printer
Printer paper
Patience

working is perfect.... ı will make it :)))))))))) <br> <br>
Very cool! I love that reverse stencil effect :)
The paint makes such a huge difference - love the way it looks now :D

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