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Custom Road Race Logo Stencil
Randy James

Randy James

Hi I am Randy your advisor for all things stencils and paint. With 25 years of being in the paint industry and 10 years in stencil i have worked with painters. line stripers, architects, artists and paint shop managers,... painting just about everything. I love a challenge and helping people get the result that they want.

Custom Road Race Logo Stencil

In this tutorial we demonstrate how to use a custom designed stencil by to mark your next road race with a custom road race logo! To have your own stencil designed by us, submit your artwork at the link below!

Custom Stencil Designer-
Krylon Marking Chalk-
Krylon Inverted Marking Wand-

After submitting your custom artwork you will receive your stencil rolled up in a box or tube. Gently unroll your stencil onto a flat surface and make sure your details are all lying flat. Be advised that in windy conditions you will need an additional person to help lay out your stencil then use rocks to help weigh down the stencil as you paint.

Next, put a can of Krylon Marking Chalk in the Krylon Inverted Marking Wand to stencil with. Get a box with the bottom cut out to use as a spray box. This spray box will help keep the chalk from getting outside of the stencil design. Spray your Krylon Marking Chalk through the stencil design in broad sweeping strokes and spirals so that the spray overlaps. This will give you full coverage.

Once you have completed the section in your spray box, move the box to the next section of your stencil. Repeat the previous steps until you have full coverage on your stencil. Lift the box, then lift the stencil straight up so that it does not smudge any of the chalk paint below. The chalk paint should be dry to the touch after a few minutes of drying. Now your next fun run can be done in style with a custom stencil from

For more information visit our website or check out the video below!

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