{Ahlan wa Sahlan}-Arabic Stencil-Welcome in Arabic

$ 5.95

Please note that our stencils are cut to order so although we are offering them in standard sizes, they can be any size-just contact me if you require a different size.

Calligraphy: Ahlan wa Sahlan

Translation: Welcome

Blue area represents stencil holes

 The reusable stencils are made of 10 mil Mylar sheets. They are sturdy, durable, and washable. Which means you can use them again and again. They are easy to use too…
• Make sure the surface for your application is clean and dry before you start.
• Place the stencil on the surface; make sure it is straight, then secure in place with painters tape (or stencil adhesive).
• Load a good quality stencil brush with acrylic or latex paint.
• Dab off the excess paint onto a paper towel.
• Hold your brush at a 90-degree angle with the surface, and then color in the calligraphy stencil in jabbing motion.
• If you need to darken the color, repeat step 3-5.
• Once done, slowly remove the stencil. {Any minor mistakes can be corrected with a wet Q-tip}.
• Wipe the stencil clean with a wet paper towel, dry, then store back in the bag for another use.

Vinyl stencils are single use stencils. They have low tack adhesive backing that would make them perfect for crafting on glass, mirrors, and windows.
Vinyl calligraphy stencils consist of three layers: transfer paper, vinyl stencil, paper backing.
• Simply lay the stencil flat with the transfer paper facing up. Then use a credit card to gently rub the transfer paper to ensure proper transfer of the vinyl.
• Make sure the surface for your application is clean (from wax, oil or dust) and dry before you start.
• Mark the center of the vinyl calligraphy stencil.
• Place a long piece of masking tape at the centerline to tape the stencil from top to bottom. Then, tape the stencil to the surface where you need to apply it. Make sure it is leveled!
• Starting at the upper right corner, peel the transfer tape and vinyl away from the backing paper working your way towards the centerline. Once there, use scissors to cut the backing paper.
• Once the baking paper is removed, use a credit card to gently rub the transfer paper and vinyl onto the surface.
• Repeat steps 5-6 with the other side.
• After the calligraphy stencil is attached to your surface. Slowly peel away the transfer paper. As you are peeling it away, if the vinyl does not attach to the surface, cover it again with transfer paper, rub it with a credit card, and then peel again.
• Now your calligraphy stencil is ready for paint, etching cream, or anything else you wish to use it for.
• When you are done, just peel away!

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