Walls Stencils, Plaster Stencils, Painting Stencils, Plaster Molds

Huge selection of classic stencils for elegant home decor.

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Calle’s ReDesign Furniture has discovered our Raised Plaster Stencils! This gal is amazing when it comes to re-designing old furniture and giving it new life. The colors she uses, the placement of the designs and her awesome finishes make her pieces one of a kind.
On this piece, she used our Raised Plaster Chantal Frieze Stencil on the front. She flipped and repeated it for a mirrored image (and to create a larger design) then used just a portion of the stencil design in the very center of the repeat.
Visit her facebook page to see more!
https://www.facebook.com/callesReDesigns/
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Teresa John knew what she wanted in this room and she found just the stencil to create the look.
She first painted the wall a rich brown color then used our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil Set to create ceiling to floor trees to completely fill this lovely wall.

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Using the joint compound as we recommend, she creates knarly looking bark that looks and feels like real bark!
Pre-tinting a portion of the joint compound with green paint took the step of having to paint the leaves completely away.
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She called it fun…..I call it rustic elegance in a stencil!
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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This is by far my most favorite artistic project!
In our home in the mountains of Idaho, we had a 27 foot bedroom, which also meant a 27 foot blank ceiling!
As I lay in bed one morning, staring at that massive ceiling, I got the bright idea to give it something so spectacular! Something that would just knock the socks off anyone who ever saw it (and trust me, it DID!).
I found the center of the ceiling, then measuring from the walls inward, equal distances away from the walls then taped off a big rectangle with a smaller rectangle inside.

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I then painted that frame a tan color and sponged a brown glaze over the top to create a mottled color effect.
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Finding the center of the frame and snapping chalk lines, I used our Raised Plaster Floral Medallion Stencil in a repeated fashion to create a large medallion right in the center. Pre-tinting the joint compound with brown paint helped to save me time later in trying to paint the white design. I used the same design in the corners facing the center of the frame.

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Using plaster of paris, I cast our Oasis Plaster Mold over and over to create the pieces you see around the frame. In the corners, I cast our our Floral Medallion Mold and Grape Leaves Mold as fill in pieces.

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That beautiful ceiling frame helped sell the house two years later.
Now I’m considering doing one on the bedroom ceiling in the house I currently own in New Mexico. 
Check out all of our Plaster Molds and Plaster Stencils and let your imagination help you decide how to give your home an exciting new look! There’s no end to what YOU can do!
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Melinda re-did her dining room in a gray palet which is very modern and updated. But those lower panels needed something extra special.
She used our Raised Plaster Flores Panel Stencil with metallic silver paint over the darker gray paint color. Not only did it add a wonderful pattern to the panels, the metallic paint gave it an extra dose of glam!

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Here’s what she said about the project:

“Your stencil is amazing and my project turned out GORGEOUS. I had planned to do a dimensional border, silver on cream walls above plain gray panels. But realized that the stencil is exactly the right size for the panels themselves. So instead I did silver paint on gray chalk paint. The result is incredible. Thanks so much”

Remember that all of our Raised Plaster Stencils can also be used with paint for any project you have in mind.
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The creative Anna Krause of Collage Design Studio created this luscious canvas art for the walls of Spa Serenity.She used our Raised Plaster Bella Medallion Stencil for the design element. The canvas was first painted using dark paint then the stencil was cleverly layered over the top in different colors. Look closely and you will see the design in blues and brown in the background.
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She also has some special advice for all of us when stenciling on canvas: :
“If a customer wants to do the plaster technique on canvas they should stabilize the back (around any stretcher bars) with some 1.5-2” insulation while they are working on it. The canvas, unlike a wall, flexes so it creates it’s own set of issues. I didn’t stabilize when I worked on this piece but I have experience-a newby would be frustrated and unhappy with the product. It would also help to lay the canvas flat.
My own advice is to use a product called “Golden’s Hard Molding Paste” when you’re doing canvas art. This is a product you can purchase at your local art or crafts store and remains flexible even when dry. It won’t crack over time and you can pre-tint it with any acrylic paint.
I love layered designs and this beautiful art just goes to show you how a single design can fill up an entire canvas and used as artwork or to create a beautiful layered wallpaper design.
Visit her facebook page at:  https://www.facebook.com/Collage-Design-Studio-193123777401237/
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Julie McDowell from Dandelions and Poppies is a creative soul and teacher who has discovered our plaster stencils for use on Furniture.

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Here, she does a make over on this chest of drawers using our Raised Plaster Palisades Frieze Stencil.

She created a multi-tone back ground over the piece then used this stencil with paint to cover all of the drawers. Creative and so beautiful! 

Julie will soon be doing a live tutorial on hometalk.com watch for it!

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Barbara Walker is one of my favorite customers. Not only is she super friendly and fun, she has an eye for art that I just love.

Here, she took our Raised Plaster Fleurs D Amour Stencil and used it as a central (wallpaper type) design over rough plaster walls.

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Doing a brown color wash over the wall first created a beautiful backdrop for the more colorful design she added. After the joint compound was dry, she painted the flowers a cheery blue and the leaves and stems of the design with a more sage green color. If you look close, you can see that she shaded every leaf on just one side with a deeper green.

Beautiful Barbara! I fell in love the moment I saw it!

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I was so pleased when Laureen Copeland sent me photos of the peacock art piece she had completed for a friend. On MDF board, she painted a soft, gray backdrop for the peacock.

Then, using our Raised Plaster Peacock Stencil, she plastered the design then used glass beads to add the color. Wow! Is that amazing or what????? Talk about texture and color!

Take a close up look:

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There are so many ways you can use our plaster stencils to create art and Laureen did a bang up job! She’s now working on her second piece and I can’t wait to see it!

Thank you so much for sharing Laureen!

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Alan Ball, being the creative man he is, decided to try something unique with our plaster stencils.

Instead of simply spreading the joint compound over the stencil as we have been doing since 2004, he used a brush and a tapping motion to give the design even more texture.

Since he wanted to do a design to add interest to his kitchen, he chose our Raised Plaster Brassio Stencil to do the project. He used a border stencil to create uniform frames, then plastered the Brassio Frieze stencil as a twin central design.

Looking close, you can see how his brush created incredible texture in the design:

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You can see his “tapping joint compound” technique on youtube.com

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