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I LOVE what the Domestic Diva did with our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil.
Just beware….she uses caulk to create the trees and though that’s creative, if you ever wanted to remove your trees (for any reason), it would be difficult to get the caulk off the walls. However, use the same technique with pre-mixed joint compound, you can always sand and scrape them off if you wish to change patterns on that wall.
Check out her tutorial!
https://www.domestic-divaonline.com/aspen-trees-wall-art

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Plaster stencil Aspen Tree in Copper finish

Kass Wilson is a highly respected and much sought after Professional Faux Finish Artist and Kass has used our stencils in the homes of some of her most precious clients.

Kitchen Island Before Stenciling

When one client presented her with giving their kitchen island an exciting decorative finish, Kass knew just what she wanted to do. And considering the lovely wood cabinets, the perfect design came to mind.

She used our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree stencil to add a bit of rustic elegance to the piece and to tie in with all the lovely wood in the room.

Plaster stencil Aspen Tree in Copper finish

Using the trunk stencil repeated from the base to the top, the idea of a birch “forest” emerged. Using both the large and small trunks, she was able to create real depth in the design.

plaster stencil aspen trees close

Background leaves were “painted” where more forward trees were “plastered” to create the detail she was after. The entire area was glazed using a copper tone glaze.

What a lovely idea! And how creative! I designed the stencil set but even I never thought of using a full sized Aspen Tree Stencil on a piece of furniture. Sheer brilliance! But of course, what else could we expect of Kass Wilson?

Visit her website at KassWilson.com