Baseball Stencil Wall

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Dutch Boy® Cabinet, Door & Trim paint (3 colors)

Angled paintbrush

Small angled paintbrush

Mini foam roller cover and roller frame

Mini woven roller cover and roller frame

Paint tray and liners

Stencil design and instructions (see download below)

Painter's tape

Tape measure





Drop cloth

Clean, damp cloth



STEP 1: Remove door hardware and wipe doors with clean, damp cloth to prepare painting surface.

STEP 2: Lay down the drop cloth to protect floors; affix painter's tape around doorframe and over hinges; apply pressure to tape to ensure a tight seal.

STEP 3: Paint the door(s) by first using the angled brush to paint the panels and molding and then use mini woven roller to paint the remaining areas.

STEP 4: Remove painter's tape while paint is still damp; allow paint to dry 24 hours.

STEP 5: Determine first arc position on the door by measuring outward from the bottom corner of the door to determine the radius; measure and cut a piece of string the same length.

STEP 6: Tie one end of string tightly around the pencil and secure the other end to the bottom corner of the door with the thumbtack.

STEP 7: Keeping string taut, lightly draw an arc that encompasses the door and trim area.

STEP 8: Secure string in the opposite upper corner and repeat steps 6 and 7.

STEP 9: Using the second color, carefully paint the outline of the arcs freehand with the small angled brush; use the clean, damp cloth to wipe away any mistakes; allow paint to dry 24 hours.

STEP 10: Center stencil over the arc outline; secure the stencil in place with the painter's tape.

STEP 11: Using the mini foam roller, apply the third color over stencil; carefully lift the stencil after paint application and wipe down after each use.

Tip: Depending on the arc color and the stencil color, a second coat of paint may be needed for added coverage.

Walls and Arc: Charred 440-7DB
Ceiling, Doors and Trim: White Linen 007W
Stitching: Red Rainboot 205-6DB