So, you put a whole bunch of time and energy into creating a vinyl, cutting it, applying it to the wood, and then drawing it on with the Scorch Marker.
But, the liquid bled underneath the stencil, and your final project resulted in messy edges and blurry lines.
Not much is more frustrating or deflating.
We get that and want to see you get the most success from your wood-burning marker.
That’s why we’re talking about the top tips for getting crisp, clean lines every single time.
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When it comes to stencils, there are lots of options out there.
Some people have their preference for stencil types, and the Scorch Marker works well with many of them. The most common stencil types include:
- Vinyl: Created for cutting machines, like the Cricut, vinyl stencils typically have a removable adhesive backing. These are durable stencils meant for single use designs.
- Ikon Art: Silk screen stencils can also easily be used with the Scorch Marker. Ikon Art stencils are preferred by those without a cutting machine looking to create their own customizable stencils at home. See a video of the Scorch Marker in action with a silk screen stencil here.