Martha Stewart Stencil Film 11"X18" 3 Sheets/Pk

Martha Stewart Stencil Film 11"X18" 3 Sheets/Pk


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Use any pattern or design and a craft or hot knife to create custom stencils to decorate most surfaces. Contains three 11in x 18in sheets and instructions.

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Martha Stewart Stencil Film 11"X18" 3 Sheets/Pk is rated 1.25 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from FLATTENING SOLUTION!!! I know that people are having trouble with this so I would like to say I have come up with a solution for flattening it! HOW TO FLATTEN THIS PRODUCT: -Remove the plastic film -Tape each side of the stencil fully down to a piece of cardboard or a glass board -Put a piece of parchment paper (or I found the Perler Bead ironing paper works really well) on top of the stencil -Set your iron to low and iron evenly -Let it cool for about 10 min. Mine came out 99% flat on exception of a few little bumps but it works really well doing it this way! So don't throw away this product! You can use it :D I hope this was helpful!
Date published: 2015-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Never Did Lay Flat I bought this so excited to make my own stencils. The stencil is so think that when it is packaged in a roll, there is NO way to get it to flatten out. I have tried everything; laid under heavy flat cutting mat with books on top, hair dryer, iron... nothing has worked. Wish I had my receipt to get my money back... of course, now I've already opened and used it some. HORRIBLE product.
Date published: 2014-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stinks so much I wish I had seen the other two reviews before purchasing. The roll is the first problem. I tried flattening it under something heavy, I tried flattening it with a hair dryer, I tried rolling it the other way... nothing worked. I could have had my stencil project done by now. Awful product!
Date published: 2014-09-07
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Martha was wrong for this one! Does not lay flat at ALL! it comes rolled up and that is how it stays. Not even tape kept it down. Worst stencil sheet ever! & I paid $11.99!! >_<
Date published: 2013-04-25
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Find another stencil film to buy. Do not buy this product. The film will not lay flat, and being flat is one of the requirements for a stencil to do its job.
Date published: 2013-04-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy this product. I bought this to make my own stencils and the sheets will not lay flat no matter what I tried.
Date published: 2015-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Won't Flatten Out Much like the other reviews, my roll would not flatten out. I tried putting it under heavy books all night, even had it taped flat for another night, but it rolled right back up. I also tried to iron it but i guess my iron was too hot and it got all bubbly. I thought my stencil i cut out still might work but it was utter trash...
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Possible solution to the curling! My friend bought this product in the hopes of my being able to use my Cameo to cut out some stencils for her to use for cookie decorating. My machine cut it just fine (adjusted the speed to 2 and double cut it). As with all the other posts, when I pulled them off they curled right up and rendered themselves useless. I decided to try and flatten them with hot water. I took a shallow frying pan and filled it with about an inch and half of water. I then put it on the stove with medium heat underneath. As tiny bubbles were forming, I dropped my first stencil in and to my surprise, it began to flatten out on its own. I used a large metal spoon and used the back to press down the stencil against the bottom of the pan. I then quickly removed the stencil from the water and placed it under a flat piece of glass I have (anything flat will do). By now my water was close to boiling and I was stoked because I had beaten the curled plastic. I dropped my second stencil into the water and within 2 seconds, the stencil began to shrivel and warp (it was melting). I quickly removed it, set it aside, and turned the fire off under the pan. I waited a few minutes for the water to cool down and went to the 3rd stencil. This time it did not flatten out on its own, but with the help of my metal spoon, I was able to get it to flatten out. I repeated this process for the remaining couple of stencils I had left. Then I was back to my messed up 2nd stencil. I figured what the heck and dropped it back in my water. With the spoon I was able to get it back into its cut position and flatten it out. None of these stencils are perfectly flat. They have some ups and downs in them, but they are essentially an overall flat piece. So I would try this method. Be ready to move quick and if the plastic folds or curls up pretty quickly, you know your water is too hot. All that to say that if there is a flat plastic option out there, I would go with that one over this product. :)
Date published: 2015-09-09
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