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   Just quick post to let folks know abut these stencils I picked up in my local Dollar Tree this weekend.  They are in the school supply section.  i thought they might be really useful for applying decorative painted patterns to temple floors, walls, pillars, etc...

I forgot to include a ruler, but they are about 6 inches square.

 

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Ooh, those look good for all kinds of crafty uses. Thanks for the tip! 

 

 

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