Walls Stencils, Plaster Stencils, Painting Stencils, Plaster Molds

Huge selection of classic stencils for elegant home decor.

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Joyce Hewton of RusticFarmhouseCharm.com thought this plain little corner of the room would be the perfect place for our Large Tree Stencil Set, and it is!
In the above photo, you can see where she began with the trunk element of the stencil set, repeating it upward then beginning to add leafy branches where ever she saw fit until the tree was completely finished.
It came out great, don’t you think?
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This stencil set also comes with a FREE birds stencil to add little birds seated on the branches or flying around the tree.
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Dori thought she would give it a try: Our life-sized, Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil Set.

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She first painted her walls deep gray then using joint compound, repeated the trunk from the baseboard up to the ceiling. Adding side branches came next then the leafy branches. On the leaves, she added green paint to the joint compound to save tons of work later!
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What a lovely addition to this room! Great job Dori!
Remember that all of our plaster stencils can also be used with paints!

 

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Bill Landers goes all out when he does something. He’s neat, organized and has an eye for all things original and totally cool!

In his garage, he had applied an awesome mural wallpaper on the back wall and though he loved it, he wanted to do something to the adjacent walls to complete the look he was after.

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He chose our Life Sized Tree Stencil and used it to create a row of trees on the blank walls that really brought the space together.

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Hand painted grass at the base added just the perfect touch.

He even stenciled the trees leading down the hallway toward the entry door!

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What a fun place to work on projects! Bill, you ROCK! I just love creative people!

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Linda Horton knows how to create a fun focal wall!

Using our Raised Plaster Palm Tree Stencil, she plastered a dimensional palm tree to liven up this great accent wall where she displays fun items such as her Las Vegas sign and great memorabilia.

Using colors that coordinate with items on the table brings the look together in a super cute way!

How would you use this palm tree stencil? I would love to use it on the stucco walls of my patio to create the look of a fun, tropical retreat. It would go perfectly with my large pond!

Great job Linda and thank you for sharing!

Plaster Pine Tree Stencil
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Annette Tyrell is a very talented artist who works with Artworks in Spokane, Washington. No wonder she loves pine trees! The area is full of them and they are tall, majestic and so beautiful.

Annette brought that look  to her walls with our Raised Plaster Pine Tree Stencil.

I absolutely love how she did the raised trees on beautiful brown walls, glazing darker over the pine needle sprigs.

When we use our tree stencils to create tree murals on walls, placement is important to create more realism. Some people evenly space a group of trees on the wall, but that rarely happens in nature. 

Walk in to the woods or forest and you will see that tree spacing is very random. Now, look at the branches, they aren’t evenly spaced either! Some are close to one another, others are farther apart.

You can tell Annette takes this in consideration in her wall design. Two trees close together on the left then one spaced farther away on the right. Look at the branches on the trees. The same principal applies.

Artists like Annette teach us wonderful things that can help us all be better artists.

Thank you so much Annette! I’ll have to find a place in my own home for this beautiful wall design!