Re: Stenciling on textured walls
If you want hard lines, that will be a bit tough, but if you don't mind relatively irregular lines (perimeter of image ) then either a brush or sponge will do. The stencil should be lightweight cardboard or poster board.
The main thing while painting is to start on the stencil and drag your painting implement from the stencil onto the wall surface. If you try to go from wall to stencil or back and forth across the edge of the stencil, you're going to sc**** paint off your tool and it will puddle under the stencil, making for a lot of bleeding and poor lines.
I would tape the stencil to the wall with painters tape and apply the paint in thin layers until you get the depth of color you're looking for.
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