Some things go together so well, it’s hard to imagine one without the other: peanut butter and jelly, Batman and Robin, summer and baseball… the list could go on ad infinitum. Another great two-part combo? Plasti Dip and stencils.
While it may not be as obvious as the ol’ PB&J, the results can be far more impressive.* We found a few prime examples of the magic of Plasti Dip and stenciling on Twitter. These photos not only prove how brilliant Plasti Dippers can be, but also help demonstrate the limitless possibilities of Plasti Dip.
The first shows a great way to support your favorite team. Whether you do just the team logo (which would have looked fantastic on its own in this case), use the “official” specialized font to spell out the team name (which also would’ve looked pretty great here), or both, it’s a unique and relatively easy way to root for your sports squad of choice. And, with all the readily-available Plasti Dip colors we offer, as well as the Create Your Color Kit, you can use team colors to show off your superfandom.
Plasti Dip is easy to remove (it peels right off in most cases, leaving the surface underneath in original, pre-Dipped condition) so you can change right along with the seasons, if so inclined. From baseball to football to hockey to basketball and back again—just be sure to hold on to those stencils!
Our second example offers a look at the artistic, stylistic possibilities of Plasti Dip-and-stencils. With its bold use of color, interesting geometric design, and unique “perspective” angle, this Japanese flag-style Dip job likely catches more eyes than a frog does flies. And, if you’re like me, it opens your eyes to a sea of possibilities—patterns, colors, designs, paisleys, stripes, polka dots, checkerboards, heck, even plaid! With Plasti Dip, the right stencils, and some elbow grease, you can turn your car—or any DIY project—into a work of art.
So bust out some painters tape, a few sheets of tagboard, an Exacto knife, your imagination, and, of course, some Plasti Dip, to create your own stencils and go to town! Then, be sure to share your project, along with photos and/or videos, on Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook. We always enjoy seeing the amazing fruits of Plasti Dippers’ labor. And visit PlastiDip.com for more information on Plasti Dip International and all our fine products.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to create a Minnesota Twins stencil. Go Twins Go!
* Unless you’ve ever made a sandwich with my friend Maureen’s homemade apple-cinnamon jam. It’ll knock your socks off, but leave your shoes on. It’s THAT good.