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Plaster Stencil Jardin De Fleurs


Plaster Stencil

Design Size:

Single Stencil 19 3/4″ tall by 12 3/4″ wide


This stencil can be used with common paints or joint compound for raised effects. This plaster stencil design is absolutely perfect for brilliant colored walls! Plaster it first, let it dry and then paint over the wall and the design with your favorite jewel color to bring some cheer to your room. To bring out the detail even further, mix a little darker wall paint in the same color with translucent wall glaze, brush over the wall and design then blot off the excess.

The darker glaze will settle in the recesses of the design and really show it off! It’s perfect for any of your raised plaster ideas.
Remember that all plaster stencils can also be used with any paints.

Design Size:

Single Stencil 19 3/4″ tall by 12 3/4″ wide

Remember that plaster stencils can also be used with paint!

Stencil Idea
Plaster stencils can give you so many looks. Pre-tint the joint compound for colored designs, apply a glaze over the dried design to create the look of antiquing or simply paint over the design with your wall color to create the look of embossed wallpaper.

Raised designs are EASY with our beautiful stencils!

Use common joint compound (also called Wall Mud). It comes pre-mixed for you in a bucket and is available in the paint section of most home and hardware stores and acts just like frosting.

Just get some on a small trowel or putty knife and spread evenly over the top of the stencil, lift the stencil and there’s the design! It’s a cinch and a total ball! Now just let it dry.

Either paint the color of your wall as a simple raised design or paint with craft or stencil paints.

Joint compound can be pre-tinted if you choose or Color washes can also be done with wall glaze.

Stencil is laser cut of 14 mil, heavy mylar and comes with complete instructions and full color photo of the finished design.
You’re going to LOVE it!

Design copyright Victoria Larsen 2014 all rights reserved.

How do you stencil with plaster? It’s as easy as frosting the top of a cake! Check it out.

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