Walls Stencils, Plaster Stencils, Painting Stencils, Plaster Molds

Huge selection of classic stencils for elegant home decor.

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I was so pleased to see the great instructional video using our Raised Plaster Vine Medallion and Mold set  today, posted by Julie from FurniturePaintingUniversity.com.

I have to say, I’m terribly impressed with this website. Professionals pay thousands of dollars to learn some of the techniques taught by the Furniture Painting University, yet, you can be a student for just a few dollars a month and learn to paint project after project!

Visit today to check out the instructional videos and articles that will have you doing furniture make overs like a pro with just your first visit!

 

 

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Plaster stenciled chest

Chrystal Every Thomas found our plaster stencils and went to town on her Craigslist furniture finds.

OK, I’m deeply impressed!

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Plaster stenciled chest

Chrystal found this chest on Craigslist and gave it a make over using our Raised Plaster Marcelle Border Stencil.  She shows us how the full border can be used across the fronts of the drawers and then how a portion of the design can be taped off (to create a smaller design) and used in the corners of the doors. This is a truly “designer” look and Chrystal obviously is a “designer” in her own right.

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Using the same plaster stencil design, she did a make over on this cute little table as well.

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She used the design in just one corner, pre-tinting the medium pink. Now how precious is that????

Thank you Chrystal! We are officially “in love”!

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Mary Ellen Crawford loves a new project and this one was a doozie!

She started with an old side board and saw the potential in what it “could be”.

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She removed the handles and knobs then gave it a coat of cream colored paint, using a brown glaze over the top to add depth to the detail.

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She then used our Raised Plaster Breckenridge Frieze Stencil on the doors to create a raised design that appears hand carved. 

Suddenly, this quite large piece of furniture turned in to a large “high end” piece of furniture!

Fabulous job Mary Ellen and thank you so  much for sharing!