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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aspen_tree_wallJeanne Antonio decided she wanted something really grand on her bedroom bed wall.

Coming across our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil Set, she knew that was just the thing!

Plastering the trees over the blue walls was easy with just joint compound. I love how she crossed some trees over the top of others.

Leaving the trunks in brilliant white, she used metallic gold paint to paint the leaves.

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This wall now had the look she dreamed of and adds such beauty to the room.

Thank you Jeanne! We love it!

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Wendy Beeker loved the idea of a large tree on her walls, but she wanted a massive trunk and lots of branches!

She created the trunk on her own, using joint compound and paint, which was easy and fun. She made it rough and rugged and awesome.

But creating all those leaves would have been a real chore, so she chose to use just the branch from our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil Set. 

Once the branches were in place, she painted every leaf with metallic gold paint. Now that tree shines with glory!

Great job Wendy!

 

 

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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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Carol Herrman, who has worked with Artworks of Spokane (a very popular and successful faux finish/decorating company) in Washington State, is a very talented artist!

Carol used our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil Set to create a trio of 18″ x 24″ canvases to use as wall art. Her plan is to frame them in silver textured frames. I can just imagine how they will look on a wall!

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The color striations and texture of the backgrounds really give those trees an excellent base and the colors are soft and soothing, perfect for any home!

See just some of her beautiful decorating work and artisty on her website at: http://www.lulumaedesigns.com/

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When I moved to New Mexico, there was an acre of vacant land next to me. But when it was sold and a family built their home just 10 feet from my fence, my privacy was a thing of the past.

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I put up a lattice wall thinking it would solve the problem of neighbors staring in to my once private back yard, but it wasn’t enough to cut off their view.

I purchased 12″ x 8′ boards from Home Depot and stained them with exterior stain to protect them from the elements.

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I wanted a “natural” design so I chose the leafy branch portion of our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil. It was perfect to create pretty branches on my new wall.

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I first used metallic silver paint to randomly stencil branches.

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I then added more branches, (some overlapping the silver branches) with gold metallic paint.

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Once they were attached to the fence not only did they afford more privacy, but created an out door art wall that I could add ornamental items to.

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I often use my own walls to showcase my stencil designs. Besides, I like to change things up on a regular basis and that’s FUN!

I had just had a great wood stove put in along the long wall in my living room. That wall just screamed for something…..anything! But what would go best with a wood stove? Aspen trees! And what did I use? Our Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil.

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I began by using both the large and small trunk stencils. Now, we all know you can’t repeat a stencil while the plaster is still wet, so you either wait (impatiently tapping your toes), or you do the “skip” method. Do the first repeat, skip the second, do the third and so on. Once they are all dry, simply fill in the repeats all at the same time!

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On dry portions of the trunk, you can also start adding side branches.

I love taking some of the trunks right up to the ceiling so that they appear to “disappear” right behind the ceiling level.

As you begin to add leafy branches (attached to the side branches), the trees really start to take shape.

Adding paint colors right to the joint compound makes coloring your leaves super easy! No hand painting required!

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I loved this wall right up until I bought new furniture. Now the wall color was too orange. But that was easy to change. Wall paint, a paint brush and a few hours later and the background was gray! Tah Dah!

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