Don't Tread on Me Gadsden Flag Stencil
Grab yourself a true piece of American history and put it anywhere you like! With our Gadsden flag stencil, you can show your patriotism in unique ways by applying the Gadsden flag symbol to signs, walls, fences, and with the right paint, even your car or truck.
All you need is a roller brush or spray paint for a perfect image. You can paint it black on yellow, the original color combination, or you can use whatever colors you feel are appropriate for your needs.
The Gadsden flag originated in the 1700s, named after the politician and general Christopher Gadsden. Gadsden designed the flag during the American Revolution with the intention of symbolizing the original 13 colonies of the U.S., which are the home of the timber rattlesnake. The flag has been a strong symbol of patriotic pride ever since.
The detailing of the rattlesnake on the stencil is incredible and the words “DON'T TREAD ON ME” are full of patriotic meaning. Plus, our Gadsden flag stencil is made from a durable 250-micron mylar, meaning you can use it as many times as you like. And no matter what you want to decorate with the Gadsden symbol, we have the stencil size to do it. Available sizes include:
- 5” x 6”
- 8.5” x 11”
- 18” x 12”
- 24” x 18”
- 36” x 24”
- 48” x 32”
- 55” x 35”
There is no time like the present to take this Gadsden flag stencil and send out a clear message of American patriotism. Worried about the apostrophe? We know, it's presence on the Gadsden flag has been debated, but we thought we'd err on the side of grammatical caution and include it.