Tested for

Perfection

Thomas Olczyk is working with Harder & Steenbeck Infinity +

Tested for

Perfection

Enrico Lein is working with Harder & Steenbeck Evolution twin action +

Tested for

Perfection

Younes Bouchlouch is working with Harder & Steenbeck Grafo +

Tested for

Perfection

Julia Stoess is working with Harder & Steenbeck Colani +

Tested for

Perfection

Angel Giraldez is working with Harder & Steenbeck Evolution ALplus +

Leopard Stencil

Step 1

With the "Leopard" stencil you can give almost any object a leopard look, with a few simple steps. Grind the substrate with a sanding pad or 800 to 1000 grit sandpaper and afterwards clean the surface.

Step 2

Ideally, you will use the "Leopard" stencil on a light background. Therefore you should first apply a white primer. Before that, completely cover all areas that shall have no pattern.

Step 3

Once the primer has dried, place the template on your object and press it down firmly. Then spray over the stencil with opaque black.

Step 4

Spray a transparent brown over the entire area, so that the white will turn into a light beige. Then spray directly into the middle of each of the kidney- and flower-shaped spots of the leopard with a darker brown.

Step 5

Keep spraying the entire pattern this way. By the way, not every black spot needs a brown dot in the middle.

Step 6

This way you can decorate any object with a trendy leopard print in just a few steps. Finally, you should seal your object with an appropriate protective lacquer.