This stylish plaster stencil will bring the feel of the forest in to your home.
The pine branch and pinecones are separated on the mylar sheet so that it becomes easy for you to place pinecones wherever you wish along the branch. Or use it separately on another project such as napkins and placemats.
Whether your decorating style is traditional or country/farmhouse, it adds textural beauty to everything from furniture, backsplashes to walls.
Mave Alft of Alft Decorators used this design on the cabinet doors, tiles and above the stove of a clients home. She used just the pinecone and portions of the branch to create a smaller design to fit these areas.
I love the colors she used to match the cabinets.
Holly Kellen also used this design on a plain chest:
See how she did it here
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