I'm in the process of buying a real stencil cutting machine (one that can handle mylar) and I'm planning to offer a limited number of designs (to start) from my stencil research where the buyer chooses the design and it's scaled to the desired size and then cut out of durable, reusable mylar.
The ordering of the machine and supplies are happening this week and then you guys should start seeing quite a few stencil trials as I practice with the software and fine-tuning the process.
This is not going to be a get-rich scheme, but more a labor of love. I don't even know if I'll make any money at it, though it would be nice to at least break even. =)
The idea of this project really appeals to me so I guess we'll see how it goes. What do you guys think? Bad idea? Good idea?
|The stencils I cut for the dining room curtains|
|The stencils I cut for the dining room runners|