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Stencil Bottles

Stencil Bottles

Nato Welton

Print or draw a
word on to a sheet of paper. On a cutting mat, place a sheet
of acetate over the letters, using washi tape to secure it.

Cut around the
letters with a scalpel to create a stencil. Peel back the acetate
and stick on the bottle. Spray over the cut-out part of the
stencil, using brown paper to protect the surface, and allow to
dry.

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FAVOURS YOU WILL LOVE

Glass water bottles,
£2.50 each, ikea.com. Gold chrome spray paint, £6.95; washi tape,
£3; and double-sided A4 translucent cutting mat, £4,
paperchase.co.uk. Scalpel, £1, and self-adhesive acetate sheet,
£2.46 for two, fredaldous.co.uk. Ambassador Kraft brown paper, as
before. Cutlery, crockery and glasses, as before. Flowers in vases
(hydrangeas and orange blossom), from £25, absolute
flowersandhome.com

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As seen in the November/December 2013 issue
of Brides