Need to decorate something or make a poster or sign but aren't confident in your freehand drawing abilities? That's when it's time to turn to stencils for the ability to have your end result be consistent and neat.
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Is your team or favorite player No. 1 in your heart? This number will be essential to convey that fact. What can be better than the only number that can be divided only by itself?
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Any sign or craft creation sporting a year relating to this entire millennium won't be fully complete without the No. 2, that smallest of prime numbers and sole even-numbered prime.
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If things are happening for you in threes, here's just the No. 3 stencil that you need so you can dropkick that field goal through the goal post of life.
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Here's a No. 4 stencil, perfect for a four-leaf clover kind of a day. Did you know it's the only number that has the same number of letters as its value?Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Take five—literally, with this No. 5 stencil. Sure it's no set of golden rings, but the fifth day of Christmas comes around only once per year.
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We've got your six—again, literally—with this stencil. And you don't have to be a World War I fighter pilot to make good use of it, which is where the saying "I've got your six" came from.
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Whether you're a slot player or not, let us make this your lucky day, with this jackpot of a No. 7 stencil. Did you know it has the highest probability of coming up when rolling a pair of dice?
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No, it's not a racetrack or infinity symbol, but you do have the good fortune to be able to cut a clean No. 8 with this stencil. You don't even have to be Chinese to have this good luck.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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The No. 9 is such an amazing number. Did you know that if you add up any numerals in a number and they equal nine, it'll be divisible by nine? Can math get cooler? Check it out:
- 18 (or 81) = 1 + 8 = 9
- 27 (or 72) = 2 + 7 = 9
- 36 (or 63) = 3 + 6 = 9
- 45 (or 54) = 4 + 5 = 9
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We couldn't have math as we know it (the base-10 system) without the No. 0, as decimal places, tens, hundreds, thousands, and beyond—even negative numbers—depend on the non-quantity that is zero. Your number stencil set is now complete.