Rub on Stencils?

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Rub-on stencils add images to homemade greeting cards, stationery and many other paper crafts. To apply a rub-on-pencil, place paper over stencil, hold the pencil close to the point so that the side of the crayon or lead is on the paper and rub it gently over the portion of the paper that is over the stencil to make the image appear. For more information you can follow this link
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Use a hair dryer to heat the glue on the stencil, it should peel right off.
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you can try Goo B Gone. You might have to re-touch the wall after, but it worked really well on some stickers my kids put on their walls ( I didn't have to re-paint.) follow directions
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If you have ever rubbed a pencil lead on a piece of paper covering a leaf as a school project, you will use the same process for this how to make rubbed stencil art. Learning how
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