How to Download Hawaiian-Theme Stencils for Free

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You can find hundreds of thousands of free things to use on the internet -- anything from pictures to videos to software to fonts. Themes are a popular download choice, such as movie themes for kids and sports theme for Dads. The themes can be used on your computer or modified to work in the real world. Many kids like to set up themes in their bedroom that change with their age. One popular theme is anything relating to Hawaii, and free stencils reflecting that theme can be found online.

  • Open a Web browser. Navigate to www.paperpumpkins.com/tikis.htm.

  • Scroll to the bottom of the page to see the selection of available stencils.

  • Click any of the stencils shown to go to a downloadable/printable image for that stencil.

Tips & Warnings

  • Rather than using pre-made stencils, try using downloaded fonts that you edit yourself using MS Paint or a similar utility.
  • Photo Credit Medioimages/Photodisc/Photodisc/Getty Images
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