Julie McDowell and Dandelions and Poppies uses our Raised Plaster Antoinette Panel Stencil on the front of a chest of drawers to create an exciting new look.
Carie knew that her plain room divider could be much more attractive! So she used our Sweetheart Vine Stencil to add winding vines across the top and down the sides with cheery green paint to give some Umph. And she succeeded!
Now it’s attractive and just so sweet.
The cool thing about this design is that it’s super versatile! Try creating an entire wallpaper look on a feature wall by stenciling vines close together randomly and cover the entire wall.
It’s also great at a design on any furniture piece.
I really love seeing all the different ideas and treatments people come up with when working with our
I really fell in love with what Marianne Meyer from Minneopolis, KS did on her walls.
On the second floor of her home, she did two beautiful aspen trees using just the thinner trunk and tons of branches. She then did a darker color wash of brown paint to give the design more depth.
Being a smart cooking and knowing you can use just parts of a stencil design to create something new, she used just the leafy and bare branch stencils to create a little vignette at the stair landing.
The amount of detail that was achieved was awesome and simply a use to many branches instead of just a few and again, using the color wash to bring out the beautiful detail.
But her true master piece was this plaster aspen tree that literally spans two floors. How awesome and incredible is that?
Just lovely Marianne, and thank you so much for sharing with us!
I was delighted when I got this lovely email from Pam Eastridge:
I wanted to thank you for your wonderful sunflower stencil and making what I had in my thoughts come to life. My husband built this garden shed for me and suggested I do sunflowers on the door since I grow a lot of sunflowers to sell at a local market. It was a labor of love made easy by you! I cannot draw to save my life…seriously…so to be able to use your stencils made me a van Gogh! Ha!
They removed the door to make it easier for Pam to create her magic. She stenciled the design on paper first then started imagining her lay-out. What a smart idea! She could instantly see what she liked and what she didn’t before actually applying the stencil directly to the door.
The really great thing about our Raised Plaster Freestyle Sunflower Stencil is that all of the elements come separated so you can create Sunflowers as tall as you wish! The heavy duty mylar holds up through out making tons of sunflowers.
Thank you for sharing with us Pam! It’s adorable!
Skylar’s sweet baby girl deserved a room that was filled with fantasy and flowers. Something truly unique and as special as her daughter.
Boy, did she deliver!
She first painted the walls with a jewel toned purple paint. She then stenciled our Large Daisy Stencil in bright white with deep yellow centers and in varying heights over the wall to create a lush garden of huge and lovely daisies. The dark background was a perfect choice for light white daisies because it instantly shows off all the lovely detail of this daisy design.
Deep green leaves and stems pick up the color of the very creative leaf rug she chose for the floor. What a perfect addition to her baby’s lovely garden!
Thank you Skylar! I’m impressed and I just love it! Hmmmm….what room in my own home could benefit from this lovely wall treatment?
When I moved in to my 100 year old mountain cottage, I knew I had a LOT of work ahead of me! Trust me, it’s been a labor of absolute love and I’ve truly enjoyed every second of it thus far (and trust me, I’m far from done!).
This 1/2 chimney wall was such an eye sore and I could hardly wait to tackle it creatively. So my Raised Plaster Aspen Tree Stencil began the project but the rest was a real trip to do and I loved doing it!
This is how the whole project turned out.
Judy Collier must have a large collection of Victoria Larsen stencils by now because she’s ordered from us many, many times.
In her latest project, she stenciled a large area rug with our Peony Passion Stencil to create a dramatic effect on the floor of her shop.
I love how it adds interest to an otherwise bland surface, but is the perfect addition to her paint line of products.
Stenciled in white paint over the gray rug was just perfect to bring out the beauty of the design.
As usual, Thank you Judy!
I abolutely LOVE what Janet did to her dining table! She obviously chose our Sweet Magnolia Stencil because it’s style mimics that beautiful area run under the table.
You can use a stencil design in the same way over the doors of large cabinets and drawers of dressers as well. So many ideas but the loveliness is always the same.
Thank you Janet!
The cool thing about this stencil is that all of the elements are separated which gives you the opportunity to create spot designs like this or fill an entire wall with a wallpaper effect. You get to have it your way!
Her placement creates a beautiful frame complete with flowers, leafy branches and flying birds. This ads sweet charm to this wall and I love the colors!
Oh how ugly it was! But the finished design and how I did it is here. You are going to love it as much as I do!