Deborah has been a long time customer that just keeps flooring me with her creative uses of my stencil designs.
She has such an enormous imagination and sometimes, that’s all you need besides the stencil design to create something completely unique and awe inspiring.
Using our Raised Plaster Francais Border Stencil, she used paint with the design in the center of this this cutsie headboard and then used the same blue paint to do a border and the posts.
Here, she used our Raised Plaster Palisades border stencil with pale gray paint to create a vertical border on her wall. Remember that any of our plaster stencils can also be used with any paint. You will simply find it to be the most high quality paint stencil you’ve ever owned.
You will see more of Deborah’s creations here in the future, and to be honest, I’m on pins and needles here! Thank you Deborah!
Dawn had it in her mind that she wanted stone around her fireplace instead of the simple tiles that were there originally, and by golly, she found a great way to do it with our Raised Plaster Stacked Stone Stencil
Dawn mixed her paint color right in to the joint compound she used for the stones. If you mix white glue with joint compound you can make it stick to anything including metal and slick tile.
To repeat the stone easily, simply plaster once, then flip the stencil over, line up the old stones with the stone openings, overlap slightly and plaster again.
I love the way it looks now. Certainly much more modern and inviting. Thank you Dawn!
I was just blown away when Colten sent me this photo of an old vanity dresser that was given new life.
Painting it soft cream, our Raised Plaster Parkland Posey Stencil was applied to the sides of the dresser then painted over with the same cream paint. The handles were removed from the lower drawers and gray diamonds were painted over the fronts to give an really cool design element.
All of the ornate ornamentation on this piece and the plaster design really popped out when gray glaze was applied over these areas and wiped off to remove the excess. This piece is now museum worth and how I would LOVE to have it in my all white bedroom!
Now how could you not want to hang out in this back yard when you are surrounded by tall, beautiful daisies on a wood fence? What a cute idea that went viral once it was published and we couldn’t keep this design in stock.
Our Large Daisy Stencil is so easy to use. Simply stencil the stems, repeating them to any height, add the daisy flower head to the top and then stencil leaves where ever you wish. Stencil with a roller and you will find it a super quick job!
Stencil first in gray and then off-set flowers in white, with some covering gray daisies. It makes for a lush garden you will love! Now, imagine this on a wall inside the house! How fun and cheery!
Catherine is a pro and my gosh, I was blown away when she sent me a photo of this delicious armoire.
Catherine had a vision in her head: To create a beautiful interior to this lovely piece.
So she painted the inside a stunning lipstick red and then stenciled our Bamboo Wallpaper design inside with gold metallic paint.
Even the doors got this same treatment. So lovely!
What did two chatty chicks from https://2chattychicks.com do? They applied our Raised Plaster Pine branch and mold stencil design to a metal mail box, then filled it with fall silk flowers. What a cute idea even for spring time! Simply choose a floral design like our new Plaster Stencil Genesis Floral.
Patricia Dell owns a Victorian Home and wanted to replicate the look of an authentic Victorian Tile Ceiling.
She used our Raised Plaster Victorian Ceiling Tile Stencil to do just that!
How would you do that?
First, drop your light fixture. Now, tack strings from the corners of the ceiling to the opposite corners. Where they cross in the center will be the center of your ceiling. Plaster your first stenciling there.
Now, simply repeat to the edges of the wall.
Patricia’s ceiling came out truly beautiful and who could really tell that it was only joint compound and a stencil that created the look.
Thank you Patricia!
Mark Yeda had a vision for his wall. He wanted something beautiful and unique to coordinate with his oriental statue.
He chose our Raised Plaster Palm Leaf Stencil to plaster a random, raised design on the focal wall.
The thing I absolutely love most is that he chose to keep the colors more subdued instead of making them bright. This give the wall a feeling of class and elegance. It’s easy on the eyes, yet adds such beautiful texture and interest.
I’m impressed Mark! Thank you so much for sharing!
Linda Dyson wanted to add some privacy to her patio area but she wanted to dress up how plain it was.
She asked me if she could use just paint with our Raised Plaster Stencil and I told her “Of course! You’ll just find it to be the most quality paint stencil you’ve ever owned!”.
With that, she chose our Raised Plaster Palm Tree Stencil and used it with paint to create a full tree on her privacy screen.
The contrast of the black palm tree against the softly colored screen was a great choice and turned out wildly beautiful!
Thank you Linda! You’ve inspired us all!
Mindy Everaert loves the look of exposed brick as found on country farms and on Mediterranean buildings.
So she used our Raised Plaster Stacked Stone Stencil to give her home that same look!
I love her placement and how she did it.
Being a smart little decorator, she kept the stones in more soft, muted color.
How might you do it too? That’s easy:
Thank you Mindy! It came out GREAT!