Polka Dots Stencil

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Did you know that in the Middle Ages, polka dots weren't popular? In fact, they were considered unpleasant and represented impurity and disease because they resembled the rashes of deadly diseases during that time period. Fortunately, machines made it possible to make the polka dot stencil uniform and more pleasing to the eye and the disdain for them faded. This pattern was made popular in the 1920s. It began when Miss American wore a polka dot swimsuit in 1926 and was helped along by Mini Mouse in her signature red and white polka dot dress and bow.

If you love polka dots, then you will love our incredibly flexible Polka Dot stencil. This stencil offers you a way to paint a pattern of evenly spaced polka dots in any color you wish and on any surface you wish. You can choose from a range of sizes, including:

  • 6” x 6”
  • 8” x 8”
  • 12” x 12”
  • 15” x 15”
  • 20” x 20”
  • 25” x 25”
  • 30” x 30”
  • 35” x 35”

Just get the right paint for the surface material and you can create a polka dot wall in a room in your home. Or you can paint a table top or bench seat in polka dots. It's easy to line up the stencil to ensure the spacing is even and the orientation is perfect every single time, allowing you to cover even large surfaces quickly and easily. Wood, glass, plastic, metal, walls, canvas, concrete, and more – you can do it all.

To use the polka dots stencil, secure it flat to the surface, and apply the paint using a roller, brush, or spray. Then remove the stencil carefully for a perfect image every time. When you are done, wash the stencil with warm soapy water and a little paint thinner if needed and put it away until either you or someone you know gets the urge to paint polka dots once again.

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