Stencil Patterns for Blinds

Using the stencil patterns below, its easy to get the exact look that you want from your vinyl mini blinds or roll up blinds with a bit of paint and your time and talent.

The stencils here are just one layer required, but you can easily make a shaded look by using two different colors when you load the brush, or dabbing darker colored paint around the edges of the stencil when working with it.

Stenciling s one of the easier and more fun crafts because the projects take such a short time to complete and if you load the brush correctly you just can’t miss with the finished project.

Bear in mind that vinyl will take a bit longer to dry, however there are vinyl paints out there that will work for you too, so explore your options when it comes to materials that you use to achieve the look you want.

Vinyl roll up blinds or wooden roll up blinds will be the easier to use when stenciling, as they are a flat surface.

When you begin stenciling your blinds, you might want to try using these first until you get the hang of the craft and see what kind of results you get.

To use the stencils below, simply put them on any good paint program on your computer and enlarge them to the size you might like, then print them out onto velux or stencil paper, or the thin plastic film paper if you’d like to keep them permanently.

For a single use stencil card stock paper works fine and will last about as long as it takes to complete the project.

Here are some examples of what you can achieve with a few paints and some sealant.

Below you will find some stencils to try your hand at your own customization of your vinyl rollup mini blinds.

Have fun with the project and watch the end results be exactly what you’d like to see in your home.