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04-06-2018   #1  
 kilo87
 

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Location: shithole, PA

 
using stencil and interence gold paint on a California holo

I made a very good quality stencil, but when I put the paint on the foam brush lightly, I can't get the paint to transfer into all the corners and crevices of the CA holo stencil. If I go any darker with the paint, it builds up around the edges. Please help me with this! Thanks  

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04-19-2018   #2  
 Skin2Win
 

Join Date: Aug 2017

Location: Alpine, MN

 
  using stencil and interence gold paint on a California holo

The stencils are not the best way of doing it, u have to get a stamp done. You can get it done at any office superstore like office max or staples for less then $30. Just bring them a printout of the holo, in the right size, and they'll make a stamp of that shape. So all u have to do is apply paint on the stamp then stamp the lamination and u have a pretty accurate holo. good luck

 

 

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05-03-2018   #3 
 noPuddin
 

Join Date: Sep 2017

Location: Cleveland, OH

 
  using stencil and interence gold paint on a California holo

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Originally Posted by Skin2Win 
The stencils are not the best way of doing it, u have to get a stamp done. You can get it done at any office superstore like office max or staples for less then $30. Just bring them a printout of the holo, in the right size, and they'll make a stamp of that shape. So all u have to do is apply paint on the stamp then stamp the lamination and u have a pretty accurate holo. good luck
 

wouldnt they question what you wanted it for? maybe you could say you where an official state representative or something

 

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10-01-2018   #4  
 kmo19
 

Join Date: Aug 2017

Location: Petersen, NJ

 
   using stencil and interence gold paint on a California holo

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Originally Posted by noPuddin 
wouldnt they question what you wanted it for? maybe you could say you where an official state representative or something
 

no, they would not ask you why you need a stamp made out of that picture, because they wouldn't recognize it, its not the states logo or anything. They assume its your company logo and that you need it for business reasons. I got mine done in staples, it took them about 2 weeks, all they needed was my name and phone number so they can contact me when its ready, but you can give them false info or whatever. Its really the best and easiest way to make the holo.  
 

 

 

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