Personalized Stencils – 3 Things They Can Be Used For

If you think that stencils are just for kids, think again. Personalized stencils can be used for all sorts of grown-up projects, like:

1.Wall decorations

Whether you want to add new designs – without putting up tacky wallpaper – or you want to add an inspirational quote, personalized stencils offer the perfect way to decorate the walls around your home.

You can use an alphabet stencil in your son’s room to spell out his name on the wall. Or, you can use letter stencils to write out your favorite quote or Bible passage on the wall above your couch. You can even get personalized stencils in all sorts of different designs so that you can add some color and dimension to your walls – without buying expensive artwork or going through the annoying process of putting up wallpaper.

Best of all – when you use personalized stencils as wall decorations, you can simply paint over them if you ever want to get rid of them. You won’t have to scrape off wallpaper or cover up holes in the wall. Potential homebuyers will appreciate that, too!


Looking for a fun activity for your daughter’s next birthday party? Why not buy some plain t-shirts and some personalized stencils and let the party-goers come up with their own creations? A good number stencil and alphabet stencil will give the kids everything they need to come up with a unique design – and have a great time in the process!

As your kids get older, you can use this idea on other things – like personalized tote bags for your daughter’s sorority or personalized gym bags for your son’s soccer team. In fact, personalized stencils are so easy to use that you can make these things by yourself as a gift!


Maybe you just need an easy way to spray paint your address on the curb. Or, maybe you are looking for an easy way to add your company logo to the floor of your lobby. Either way, personalized stencils are a breeze to use on concrete!

You can go all out with by getting a custom-cut stencil or even letter stencils in a specific font, then staining it to the concrete, instead of painting it. That will give it a less “crafty” look. Or, you can simply get a number stencil and a can of spray paint and spray your house number on the curb. Either way, you’ll have an easy art project that will dry quickly.

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