Tape your stencil in place and pounce away!
You can use the full stencil, or only use parts of it like I did. I found it tricky getting a perfect stencil print, but I just used a damp rag to wipe away any excess. If you're hoping for a more exact print you might try using some repositionable spray adhesive on the back of the stencil.
Reposition the stencil by lining it up with some of the already dry tear drops. Repeat until you have your wardrobe covered!
It made a very subtle change to the wardrobe but I love it, and it won't be too hard to change up later down the line as the girls become more opinionated about their room. The wardrobe was a big job, and aside from running out of paint at one point, I had fun with it and even made a little Vine video
while I worked.
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