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!
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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:
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!