Ooh! Face Painting Stencil | Honeycomb Sphere (S09)
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What are the dimensions and material of this Ooh! Stencil?
The Ohh! Wrap Stencil size is approximately 4 3/8" tall by 1 3/4" wide at the largest points. Ooh! Face Painting Stencils are laser cut onto flexible 7 millimeter Mylar.
What are Ooh! Sphere Stencils best for?
Ooh! Face Painting Stencils are great for adding detail to your designs. The rounded shape of these Sphere stencils make for a smooth application. Honeycomb Sphere is great for really cool for bumblebee eye designs and body painting textures. You can sponge this pattern with yellows and browns and create a fabric pattern on faux clothing as well.
How do I use this Honeycomb Face Painting Stencil?
The Sphere Line of Ooh! Stencils was created to give a stunning pattern that shrinks as it gets to the middle, while leaving just enough space for a gem! Ohh! face painting stencils are great for both sponge work and airbrush. The Sphere Line makes great textured backgrounds for airbrush. To use them with a sponge, simply load your dry sponge into slightly wet paint so that the paint is tacky and not too wet at all. Press the stencil against the skin firmly while patting down the paint with your sponge. The paint should be dry enough that it stipples gradually in the gaps to build up into a solid coverage. Make sure to always keep pressing firmly on the stencil right around the area you are applying the paint. You can do this by moving your fingers slowly across the outer edges of the stencil as you tap the sponge between them. Carefully pull the stencil up and away from the skin when you are done, and listen for the Oohs! For more dimension, sponge a background color down on the forehead or side of the face. Once the base color is dry, lay the stencil down and sponge over it using a contrasting color.
How do I clean my Ooh! Stencil?
Ooh! Stencils are durable and easy to clean. Rinse the stencils and then wipe clean gently with a wet cloth and let air dry. Make sure not to get your cloth or sponge snagged on the stencil since that can break or bend it.