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Weed Leaf Stencil

Most people are familiar with the shape of the marijuana leaf, and since its use is being legalized in many places, the symbol of the leaf is popping up everywhere. Now you can create your own DIY artwork or designs using our fabulous Weed Leaf stencil. This stencil is detailed enough to show the serrations on the individual leaves, yet simple enough to paint, even for a beginner at stenciling.

You can use this stencil in so many ways. You might like to make weed leaf art that you can hang in your home or sell. You can create a mural on a wall in your home, making this gorgeous leaf the center of your décor. You can also use it to make signage for your own marijuana grow and sales op, making sure everyone knows where you are located and what you sell. You don’t even need any words – the symbol of the leaf is enough to let people know you’re there.

We make the Weed Leaf stencil in-house, which allows us to laser-cut it with precision in a variety of sizes. Available sizes include:

  • 6” x 6”
  • 8” x 8”
  • 12” x 12”
  • 15” x 15”
  • 20” x 20”
  • 25” x 25”
  • 30” x 30”
  • 35” x 35”

You can paint this stencil design onto walls, glass, wood, metal, plastic, concrete, or any other surface, as long as you have the right paint for the medium. You can even paint it onto t-shirts. The only limit here is your imagination. When you are ready to use it, just secure the stencil flat and firmly to the surface and paint in the color of your choice.

The Weed Leaf stencil is made from durable mylar, which means it can be used again and again to create great designs. It’s easy to clean and easy to store away, which means it’s ready for the next time you or someone you know needs it.

Most people are familiar with the shape of the marijuana leaf, and since its use is being legalized in many places, the symbol of the leaf is popping up everywhere. Now you can create your own DIY artwork or designs using our fabulous Weed Leaf stencil. This stencil is detailed enough to show the serrations on the indi